How Providers Can Decrease Their Total Cost to Serve Medical Device and Remote Patient Monitoring Customers
Throughout the patient journey, many hidden costs impact medical device and remote patient monitoring organizations. The first step toward improving the total cost to serve patients is bringing to light all of these hidden costs.
This webinar will help you uncover and quantify these hidden costs and will also provide recommendations to reduce them.
During this one-hour webinar medical device and remote patient monitoring organizational leaders can expect to learn:
How to follow the patient journey and quantify the risks that impact overall financial performance
Key activities to track, monitor, and analyze to calculate the total cost to serve each patient
Strategies to measure operational and financial performance to drive improvements
Successful approaches from XIFIN customers
XIFIN recommended practices to lower the total cost to serve patients
Krista Nadolski Sr. Director of Genetics and Novel Technologies XIFIN, Inc.
Krista Nadolski works with molecular, medical device, IDTF, digital health, and remote technology clients on their reimbursement, electronic engagement, and financial reporting needs. Krista’s previous roles include sales and marketing work in the areas of specialty pharmacy, durable medical equipment, and infusion services. She holds a B.S. in Psychology from Framingham State College, and a master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from San Diego State University.
Clarisa Blattner Sr. Director, MDx Support Services XIFIN, Inc.
Clarisa Blattner is the Senior Director for MDx Support Services at XIFIN, Inc. Over the last six years, she has helped manage the billing and reimbursement operations of the outsourced billing department at XIFIN, cultivating and directing a large team of revenue cycle personnel, which services over 45 independent labs in multiple specialties, with focus on operational excellence, including workflow, service, platform, revenue cycle optimizations, and continuous process improvement. She also serves as a strategic consultant in clinical and billing operations. Ms. Blattner has over 20 years of healthcare experience, with 18 years being in revenue cycle management within the lab industry for such organizations as US Labs, Clarient, and MDxHealth. Clarisa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Southern California, and a certificate in Business Administration. She also holds a CCS credential through AHIMA, and a CPC credential through AAPC.
Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2022 Time: 2pm ET / 11am PT Duration: 1 Hour