Webinar: Optimizing Revenue In Uncertain Times

The American Hospital Association released a study stating that in 2021, the healthcare industry can expect to lose $53 billion in revenue in a positive economy, or $122 billion in a downturn. Attributing for a portion of these losses are patients that delayed care. As the COVID vaccine rolls out across the U.S., it is unknown when normalcy will completely return. Despite uncertain times, health systems know they can no longer put their other business on hold. 

This webinar will focus on key recommendations for optimizing revenue during this unpredictable, post-COVID era including:

  • Proven workflows for facilitating patient outreach to fill both care and revenue gaps.
  • Necessary automations to make sure schedules stay full and are used efficiently by automating operational tasks.
  • Workflow considerations for behavioral health experts in managing patient communications.

Meg Aranow

SVP, Platform Evangelist

WELL Health

Meg Aranow is the Senior Vice President Platform Evangelist and Client Success at WELL. Before joining WELL, she served as CEO for Edaris Health and Senior Research Director with Advisory Board’s Information Technology Strategy Council. Previously, she was Vice President and CIO for Boston Medical Center for more than a decade.

Kristine Supple

Director of Population Health, Ambulatory Medicine

MHS Health

Ms. Kristine Supple PA-C, MPH is the Director of Population Health in Ambulatory Medicine at Community Memorial Health System in Ventura, California. She has expertise in value-based program development, clinical analytics, driving population health initiatives, and direct patient care. She developed and provides leadership for the Population Health Programs, where her clinical team provides Care Management, Disease Management, Chronic Care and High Risk Case Management and Behavioral Health Integration Services. One of the most rewarding parts of her job is direct patient care over the last 25 years as an internal medicine physician assistant. Her commitment to community-based healthcare has been exemplified throughout her career. She started at Yale-New Haven Hospital working with low-income patients and has continued serving the community at Centers for Family Health in Camarillo. Ms. Supple has a Physician Assistant degree from George Washington University School of Medicine and an M.P.H degree in Health Care Management from Yale University.


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