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JANUARY 29-30, 2015
Institute Highlights...
The 2015 Winter Institute will be
held at the Renaissance Hotel,
Carmel, Indiana and will feature a
variety of educational and
networking opportunities including
a new offering called Consultants
One Call.
Consultants On Call is for those hats, etc. and at this time of year,
who want to have one-on-one who couldn’t use a warm blanket!
experience with specific vendors.
There will be a Reception after the All this plus National and Local
first day sessions.
Healthcare Speakers and a “late
night Euchre party”!
For our Chapter “give-back” we will
accept donations of coats, gloves,
General Information
Educational Credit
Programming is approved for 9.5 CPE.
Cancellation Policy
Refunds are made on cancellations received four (4) business days prior to the
meeting date. Please fax cancellations to 317-300-7059.
Early Bird Registration
There will be a discount for registrations received by January 14, 2015.
Hotel Reservations
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Renaissance Hotel, 11925 N.
Meridian St., Carmel, Indiana 46032. The conference rate is $129.00, plus tax.
Reservations must be made by January 7, 2015. After that date, reservations
will be accepted on a space and rate available basis. Call Marriott reservations
at (866) 905-9619, the name of the event is “Indiana Chapter - Healthcare
Financial Management Association.
Registration Fees
Early Bird Registration forms must be received by January 14, 2015.
By January 14
By January 14
One Day
One Day
Two Days
Two Days
After January 14
After January 14
One Day
One Day
Two Days
Two Days
Students - Flat Fee $ 25.00
Casual attire is welcome. Rooms may be cooler so bring a sweater or jacket.
Indiana Pressler Memorial Chapter - 317-643-2520 - [email protected]
Shelly Haggard - Chapter Administrative Assistant
Institute Schedule
Thursday, January 29, 2015
7:30-8:00 am
8:00-9:15 am
Registration & Breakfast
Welcome & Keynote Address from Chad Mulvany - National HFMA
An Overview of Regulatory and Market Events and Their Implications for Health Systems
Coverage expansion, the federal fiscal situation, and the transition to value based
reimbursement for both public and private payers pose both opportunities and challenges to
health systems. This session will discuss key health policy issues that will impact providers
and offer strategies to manage anticipated risk.
Presentation Level: Strategic
Target Audience: CFOs, Directors of Revenue Cycle, Directors of Reimbursement.
9:15-10:15 am
General Session - Doug Leonard - Indiana Hospital Association|
10:15-10:30 am
Break - morning break; restrooms are located to the right as you leave the Main Ballroom.
10:30-11:30 am
General Session - Adam Plotkin - Adam Plotkin, PC
11:45-12:45 pm
12:45- 1:45 pm
Break Out Sessions Track #1 - Jeff Heaphy - Plante Moran
Population health strategies and payer reforms are radically changing how providers are paid.
Traditional fee for service arrangements are increasingly being replaced with partial or full risk
contracts. To achieve success under these models of care, providers will need enhanced data analytic
capabilities that assist with evaluating payer contracts, monitoring patient utilization, calculating the
cost of care, and predicting future trends. This information will be essential in cultivating successful
new payer relationships. This session will guide participants in how to transform your existing fee
for service oriented financial and data analysis into effective tools for thriving under new models of
At the end of this session...
Participants will understand that risk based contracting (with Medicare Advantage Plans, Managed
Care for Dual Eligibles, ACO participation or bundled payments, for example) requires a deeper
level of financial and data analysis than previously needed to participate in fee for service contracts.
You will learn about the specific data and financial analysis needed to support risk based contracts.
We will provide guidance on analyzing the financial feasibility of various payer contracts,
developing tools for calculating the cost of care and for predicting patient/resident service
Participants will understand that expanded financial and data analysis capabilities will be critical in
supporting relationships with managed care organizations, ACOs and other provider networks
throughout the healthcare continuum.
At the end of this session... Participants will receive a basic overview of the CFPB, its purpose, what it has focused on in the
past, and what it will focus on in the future that will impact the Health Care Industry.
Target Audience: Any Manager or Attorney with a Health Care Organization that
deals with issues of consumer finance.
Presentation Level: Technical details will be discussed.
Target Audience: Nursing Home Administrators, CEOs, CFOs, COOs, and CNOs of senior care
and hospital systems.
Presentation Level: Intermediate
Track # 2 - Albert Lin & Steve Forry - Ice Miller
This presentation will give a basic overview of the CFPB, its regulatory functions, and its enforcement actions. It will then discuss how the Bureau’s activities may relate to the Health Care Industry
1:45-2:45 pm
2:45-3:45 pm
Consultants On Call - General Session Area - Main Ballroom
General Session - Allison Taylor
3:45-4:00 pm
4:00-5:15 pm
General Session - Gregg Wallander & Alyssa James - Hall Render
5:15-6:30 pm
Reception - Just outside the Main Ballroom; join us for cocktails and Hors d’oeuvre.
8:30-?? pm
Euchre - Return from dinner, put your comfies on and play some cards!
There will be some snacks and drinks and a few prizes.
Friday, January 30, 2015
8:30-9:00 am
Registration & Breakfast
9:00-10:15 am
Legislative Panel - Brian Tabor - Indiana Hospital Association
10:15-10:30 am
This legislative Panel will include:
10:30-11:30 am
General Session - Tom Blair - Fifth Third Bank
General Economic Update
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Institute Faculty
Chad Mulvany, with HFMA National will
open the Winter Institute with a National
Healthcare Update.
Based out of Washington, DC he is
responsible for analyzing the implications
of legislative and regulatory developments
on healthcare providers and is also a
contributor to HFMA’s Value Project
research. Chad is a regular columnist in
HFM, the HFMA magazine and speaks
frequently on issues related to health
Chad is also a Fellow of the HFMA and
holds a Masters of Business
Administration from the University of
Maryland. He is active with the Virginia
Chapter of HFMA where he has served as
a past board member.
Doug Leonard serves as president of the
Indiana Hospital Association, which is the
chief advocate of Indiana hospitals,
representing their interests with the state
and federal governments, the business
community, regulatory agencies,
accrediting bodies, and others who have
interest in the work of hospitals.
Leonard has almost 40 years of
experience in health care. Before joining
the IHA in 2007, he spent 30 years in
administration at Columbus Regional
Hospital, the last 10 as CEO. During his
tenure as CEO the hospital became the
first Magnet Hospital for Nursing in
Indiana and was awarded the AHA Quest
for Quality Prize.
Jeff Heaphy: Jeff has more than 30 years of experience in the senior care and
living industry. He devotes 100 percent of his time to clients in the senior care and
living industry. Jeff is a nursing home administrator (NHA) and concentrates his
practice by overseeing Medicaid and Medicare cost report preparation, projecting and
negotiating final settlements, reviewing rate settings, presenting rate appeals,
developing and monitoring operating budgets and financial reports, as well as
negotiating the sale and/or acquisition of facilities and related financing. He is active
in a number of senior care trade associations and presents numerous educational
programs throughout the country.
Steve Forry: Steve is a partner in Ice Miller's litigation practice group. Over the
course of his career, Steve has advised clients how to avoid litigation and, when
necessary, has represented clients in prosecution and in defense of lawsuits. Steve
has tried cases in the courts of numerous states and federal circuits. Steve practices
all manner of commercial litigation, with focuses on financial services litigation and
construction litigation.
Albert Lin: Albert Lin is a partner in Ice Miller’s litigation group. His practice
focuses on complex litigation relating to consumer financial services, securities and
investments or other banking or finance matters. Albert has also litigated numerous
regulatory, commercial, or civil disputes involving federal, state, or local agencies,
representing both the government and private companies in those settings.
Allison Taylor: Allison's practice focuses on general health law, regulatory
compliance and contracting and reimbursement issues, as well as government
relations. Allison has over nine years of experience representing health care clients
before Indiana's legislative and administrative bodies. Before joining Hall Render,
Allison was a government affairs consultant for a law firm and then served as the
Legislative and Regional Affairs Director for the Indiana Academy of Family
Physicians. Allison graduated from DePauw University in 2003 and from Indiana
University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 2008. Allison routinely speaks to
health care organizations on health law and legislative matters. She is a member of
the American Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association, Indianapolis Bar
Association, American Health Lawyers Association, Governmental Affairs Society of
Indiana, Indiana Society of Association Executives and Executive Women in
Gregg Wallander: Mr. Wallander counsels clients in numerous aspects of health
care law. His work involves day-to-day counsel regarding hospital and health system
initiatives, physician alignment, joint venture and other affiliation arrangements,
governance and board of director/trustee organization, Fraud and Abuse/Stark
analysis, preparation and review of physician/hospital and other provider contracts,
corporate compliance, physician recruitment, medical staff and peer review, tax
exemption and Medicare reimbursement. Mr. Wallander has made national and
regional presentations on the Stark and Fraud and Abuse Laws for the American
Health Lawyers Association, Indiana Hospital Association, Kentucky Hospital
Association, Wisconsin Hospital Association, Healthcare Financial Management
Association and Idianna State Medical Association. Mr. Wallander has been named in
Best Lawyers in America and Indiana Super Lawyers.
Alyssa James: Alyssa practices in the area of health care law with a focus on fraud
and abuse, hospital and health system matters, regulatory and compliance issues,
corporate transactions and hospital/physician alignment. Alyssa received her law
degree and Graduate Certificate in Health Law from Indiana University Robert H.
McKinney School of Law, where she also served as Executive Articles Editor for the
Indiana Health Law Review.
Brian Tabor: Brian C. Tabor is vice president of government relations at Indiana
Hospital Association. As such, he oversees all of IHA's state and federal legislative
initiatives and health policy development.
Prior to joining IHA in 2008, Brian worked at the Indiana House of Representatives,
where he served as the majority caucus policy director. He has worked for and around
the Indiana General Assembly for almost 15 years, also serving as a fiscal analyst for the
Indiana State Senate.
He earned a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in agricultural
economics from Purdue University.
Representative Robin Shackleford: Robin has extensive experience in
governmental, community and diversity affairs coupled with a strong background in
business management, supervision, training, and budgeting.
First elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 2012, Robin represents the
citizens of Indiana House District 98 in the state legislature as it meets at the Statehouse
in Indianapolis. She has also served as a Precinct Committee Chairwoman for more than
10 years.
Robin serves on the following standing committees of the Indiana House:
Public Health
Commerce, Small Business & Economic Development
Financial Institutions
Government Reduction (Ranking Minority Member)
Tom Blair: Tom is a Senior Portfolio Manager and Vice President at Fifth Third
Investment Advisors based in Indianapolis. Tom's experience includes institutional and
private bank investment management; financial services mergers and acquisitions;
public and secondary equity offerings; corporate finance and accounting;
implementation and interpretation of financial accounting standards and government
regulations; and bank asset and liability management. Tom began his career during the
savings and loan crisis of the 1980's acquiring failed banks, assisting formation of a new
investment bank and investment advisor. Tom began his not-for-profit and government
experience while advising Rockefeller & Co. in the early 1990's as investment manager
and blind trustee to elected officials. Tom has advised numerous community
foundations, universities, corporations, pensions and private foundations including de
novo start-ups. Tom is a frequent continuing education and industry speaker.
A graduate in finance and accounting from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State
University, Tom is a member of the North Carolina CPA's and Chartered Financial
Analyst Institute. He serves on the national investment committee and audit committee
for the American Heart Association as well as a number of past and present board
Consultants On Call
These are the Sponsors that will be available for Consultants
On Call. If you would like to meet with any of these please
check the box next to their name.
Five 10 minutes time Slots: 1:45, 1:57, 2:09, 2:21 and 2:33
(with 2 minute table switches)
President Sponsors
BKD: Bob Brandenburg
Long time Presidential Sponsor. Please don’t miss a chance to visit with them.
RevOne Companies: Joe Huff, Joe Keller and Jennifer Taylor
Long time Presidential Sponsor. Please don’t miss a chance to visit with them.
Gold Sponsors
CIPROMS Medical Billing: Casandra Graham and Cheryl Louks
CIPROMS specializes in revenue cycle management for hospital-based groups including anesthesiologists, hospitalists,
and emergency physicians as well as ASC and office-based practices. We provide full service or stand-alone billing options
that are customized based on an initial needs analysis consultation. Our services include the following:
Full service, stand-alone and ASP solutions
Provider enrollment and credentialing
Certified medical coding which includes education with physicians
Coding audits
ClaimAid: Brad Willkie and J Hopkins
25 years of eligibility experience and patient advocacy. Looking for Provider partners that want a comprehensive enrollment
program, helping all of your un and under insured self-pay patients… not just high dollar in patient accounts.
Comprehensive Patient Enrollment at every patient entry point you desire
New technology that offers a plethora of registration tools
Stake Holder with FSSA on the HIP 2.0 Roll Out (Ask us about the Road Show)
SSI and SSDI filings and appeals
Project flow into our sister company, ClaimAid Self-Pay Solutions, offering Early Out processes for unqualified
Navigator Training and Application Organization services
Cleverley + Associates: Bryan Gordon
Cleverley + Associates has a staff of consultants, researchers, and experts dedicated to one thing; transforming data into
meaningful and actionable solutions. A variety of backgrounds in education, hospital finance, billing & coding, cost
management, and regulatory affairs provides the experience necessary to create custom solutions for our clients. We
understand that no two hospitals are alike so we do not utilize cookie-cutter solutions. Our staff tailors the scope of each
project around the specific client needs. This starts prior to engagement with a thorough needs analysis conducted by our
Account Management staff and continues throughout the process to final results and custom action plans.
Transformational Pricing Strategies and Transparency Policy Reviews
Cost Containment Strategies
Revenue Enhancement Opportunities
Coding and Billing Reviews
Commerce Bank: Chris Comerford
Cutting-edge patient loan financing program from Commerce Bank
The Affordable Care Act and high-deductible insurance plans have expanded the need for patient payment solutions.
Commerce Bank’s Health Services Financing (HSF) program features a line of credit that can be presented to patients, or the
financially responsible party, upfront at the point of service, or during the backend billing cycle via the phone.
Commerce Bank’s Health Services Financing (HSF) allows Providers to offer patients, regardless of credit history, up to a
$50,000 Commerce Bank line of credit that can be offered in person or over the phone at any point in the revenue cycle, or
even by your existing revenue cycle outsource partners. Health Services Financing (HSF) is a completely paperless solution
and enrollment is fast and easy. All you need is web access and anyone in your revenue cycle team can electronically enroll a
patient through our HSF web portal.
Fifth Third Bank: Teresa Kimberlee Ray
Fifth Third Bank Healthcare is committed to helping your organization find opportunities to operate more efficiently and
profitably. Our deep involvement in the operational, policy and regulatory aspects of the healthcare industry, combined with
our experience in financial services gives us a unique level of understanding. Using a consultative approach, our dedicated
healthcare teams leverage this knowledge to deliver practical advice and guidance that helps you meet all of your business
needs, from corporate solutions to personal financial services for your employees.
McGladrey: Chris Burke
McGladrey is a leading provider of assurance, tax and consulting services focused on the middle market. We help guide
health care organizations through complex business challenges by understanding their needs and bringing together the right
team to address them. With our depth of experience and breadth of resources, we help address these industry challenges to
meet our clients' unique needs. From accounting and tax to reimbursement and health care information technology, our
specialists deliver effective and affordable solutions to nearly 3,000 health care institutions across the nation. With more than
6,700 professionals in 75 U.S. cities and access to more than 32,000 people in 100 countries through our membership in RSM
International, we can meet your needs wherever in the world you do business.
Plante Moran: Jean Young
Plante Moran is the nation’s 13th largest public accounting, tax and consulting firm. We were founded 90 years ago and while
we serve clients in every state, our offices and our roots are in the Midwest. The Plante Moran healthcare industry practice is
made up of more than 200 specialists that understand and serve the entire care continuum, including community hospitals;
health systems; critical access hospitals; skilled nursing, assisted living, and continuing care retirement communities; and
home and community based services.
We help providers understand and implement strategies that will ensure their long-term success in a post-reform world. Our
advisors at the conference will be happy to discuss any of these topics with you as well as our related services:
Getting more value from your audit
Tax compliance strategies that protect your community benefit status
The most often missed opportunities for reimbursement optimization
Bundled payments and managed care contracting best practices
Data analytics you’ll need to thrive under at-risk models of care
Post-acute collaboration strategies
Rycan: Nick Kuzera
Having been a leader in healthcare revenue cycle software solutions for over twenty-seven years, Rycan
has built its reputation by providing best-of-breed solutions to hospitals and healthcare systems, maximizing their
reimbursement while increasing productivity.
Denial Management: Improve efficiency by identifying, automating and resolving denied claims in a single system.
Claim Submission: Maximize claim acceptance and correct payment on the first submission.
Patient Liability Estimates: Equip your staff to provide your community defensible and transparent pricing.
Contract Management: Manage complex contracts and automatically validate reimbursement.
VHC Vaughan Holland Consulting : Frank Morelli
Today a complete retrospective Medicare claims review must be considered a best practice. VHC, Inc. has been in business
for 18 years, making sure hospitals receive all the revenue they deserve while improving your internal processes which helps
in preventing future losses.
Focused Revenue Recovery for Medicare Inpatient, Outpatient, Medicare Advantage, Commercial Inpatient &
Commercial Outpatient
We go back 4 years to recover revenue from zero-balance paid claims, which can create a substantial revenue stream
for your hospital
We work on a contingency fee basis and also offer a complete CDM Review
Our goal is to make certain hospitals receive all the revenue they deserve while making sure they remain compliant
Silver Sponsors
Allied Business Solutions: Brian Siebers
Have you decided how you will implement 501r when it becomes mandatory?
What steps have you taken toward preparing for 501r?
If an Early Out or Bad Debt partner could assist with 501r compliance, would you be interested in discussing how?
Can your patients with Early Out balances currently make payments over the phone 24 hours a day?
Can your patients with Bad Debt balances currently make payments over the phone 24 hours a day?
Can your patients currently make any payments on an account on a website 24 hours a day?
Americollect: Nick McLaughlin
Established in 1964, The Ridiculously Nice Collection Agency is looking for hospitals that care both about maximizing cash
recovery and patient happiness. Our Bad Debt and Extended Business Office programs collect more because:
We treat Patients Ridiculously Nice.
Happy people collect more, and Americollect is the Best Place to Work in Collections according to
Our sophisticated predictive dialer technology, along with a large workforce (150 representatives), allows us to connect
with more patients when they have the ability to pay.
Blue and Co.: Megan Iemma, Maddie Gookins and Lynette Thom, RHIT, CDIP, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/
PCS Trainer
We are ranked the 53rd largest CPA firm in the U.S. by Accounting Today, has grown from a startup in 1970 to eight offices in
three states (IN, KY and OH), by developing a culture of responsive solutions for our clients. We have a solid
reputation for providing candid, accurate business advice that helps our clients succeed. Our long and concentrated
involvement in the healthcare industry has imparted our professional staff with an acute awareness of administrative,
organizational, and financial needs enabling us to consistently exceed our client’s expectations. As our commercial
healthcare practice leader, Megan Iemma will be able to
Clarify commercial managed care language
Offer solutions to problematic claim denials from commercial carriers
Assist in identifying the root cause of inconsistent/incorrect payments from commercial carriers
Capio Partners – Joshua White
Capio Partners provides revenue cycle solutions for some of the nation’s leading healthcare providers and hospital systems,
converting uncollected receivables into cash. Capio's Complaintless Collections™ model helps optimize healthcare revenue cycles
through best practices that focus on educating and advocating for patients, while remaining fully compliant with industry
Leading buyer of healthcare debt
Non-recourse with seller buy-back rights
Ongoing data & analytic feedback
Over 500 hospital clients
Over 16 million patient accounts
Selected Best Places to Work in Collections 2012, 2013 & 2014
We focus exclusively on Workers’ Compensation reimbursement for over 465 hospitals nationwide. As a best practice focused
company we use data analytics and proprietary technology to achieve optimal results for our clients better than anyone and built
our entire business on that premise. Our proprietary technology, combined with our experienced staff, provides a distinguishable
advantage that ensures our clients receive what they are owed and are paid promptly. We remove the complexity and payer
challenges associated with WC and can help accelerate your cash flow.
Day 1
Aged Accounts
Zero-Balance Recovery
Individual prompt-pay settlements
Hardamon and Associates: Tom Quellhorst
Hospital Liens
Estate Claims
Bankruptcy Proof of Claims
Workers Compensation follow-up and review
MVA/3rd Party Program
Financial Assistance high-dollar reviews
Financial Assistance large volume reviews ---COMMERCIAL INSURANCE
Healthcare Insights LLC: Farrah Mahoney
Healthcare Insights, LLC’s INSIGHTS® gives managers access to critical information and processes linking daily, biweekly,
and monthly operations with budgets. INSIGHTS is the powerful, user-friendly software application, service, and support
suite ranked Best by KLAS for 2011, 2012 and 2013. INSIGHTS integrates strategic financial planning, budgeting, rolling
forecasts, labor productivity, supply chain management, cost accounting, service-line reporting and patient analytics to enable
decision makers to control costs, allocate resources, identify opportunities, and improve results.
IMC Credit Services: Angie Wells
Offering comprehensive receivables management services for the healthcare industry including Early-out (1st and 3rd party),
Payment Monitoring and Bad Debt (Primary and Secondary)
Qualified, experienced and professional staff, specializing in healthcare collections and focusing on a positive
patient experience
State-of-the-art technology, enabling clients compliant and secure online access, including electronic account
Insurance verification and troubleshooting, as well as electronic insurance billing on accounts placed
Dedicated Litigation Support Department that provide investigation, verification and preparation of client
approved lawsuits
Magnet Solutions/ Accelerated Receivables Solutions: Darren Cook
Magnet Solutions and Accelerated Receivables Solutions(ARS) provide healthcare receivable management services designed
to drive down the COST OF RECOVERY and increase CASH FLOW. We offer CUSTOMIZED SOLUTIONS tailored to
the needs of each individual client. Our CERTIFIED patient accounts representatives strive to be the caring face of your
healthcare facility.
Services: Magnet: Early Out Self-Pay Recovery, Presumptive Charity Scoring, Point of Service Collections training
ARS: Pre-Collect, Third Party Bad Debt, Legal Recovery, Credit Reporting
Medical Protective: Jennifer Wiggins
Indiana’s largest and most experienced healthcare malpractice insurance company, Medical Protective is a national leader in
insurance and risk solutions for physicians, dentists, allied providers, facilities, hospitals and healthcare systems. With over
$800 million in annual premium, MedPro has been protecting the assets and reputations of healthcare providers for more than
110 years and is rated A++ (Superior) by A.M. Best. MedPro is a Berkshire Hathaway business. More information about
MedPro is available at
MMIC (the largest insurer of medical liability insurance in the Midwest) provides physicians, clinics, hospitals and care
facilities with medical professional liability insurance, exceptional risk management, claim management and health IT
services. We empower caregivers to provide the best medical care possible while promoting safety and minimizing risk. Our
full-service organization has been partnering with medical professionals for more than 31 years with the goal of protecting
and promoting the practice of good medicine. Client retention rate of 99% over the past six years.
Net Revenue Associates: Bill Bauza
Net Revenue is a revenue enhancement company that offers a GUARANTEED ROI!
We have a proprietary process to find lost revenue, recover said revenue, and then implement training &
education of the staff to continue to keep revenue from being lost again!
We work on a contingency fee basis, which equals a GUARANTEED ROI!
Performance Services: Jim Christie
We are an engineering and construction company with expertise focused around delivering precise environments
(temperature, humidity, pressure, filtration, etc.) in your most critical spaces (ORs, Labs, ICUs, ERs) while also guaranteeing
energy savings as part of the project delivery.
Happy surgeons, staff, and patients because of the guaranteed Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), thus helping
HCAHPS scores.
Improved infection control through your precise and guaranteed IEQ, again helping HCAHPS scores.
No budget overruns because Performance Services, Inc. has a “no change order” project guarantee.
Guaranteed 15-20% energy savings with no required upfront capital expenditure through our Energy Leadership
PNC Healthcare Services:
PNC Healthcare supports clients with solutions including revenue cycle automation, treasury management, credit, capital
markets, equipment financing, and institutional investments services. We have developed a full array of integrated solutions
for the healthcare industry, including registration, eligibility, verification, estimation, denial prevention workflow, revenue
consulting, clearinghouse services, banking and treasury management services. Our goal is to not just provide products, but
rather to develop total client relationships for the long-term and deliver solutions that add value to organizations.
Receivable Recovery Partners: Tom Loughery
People helping people reach a higher outcome of success, for your patient and your Hospital. Two Companies,
Many solutions: Receivable Recovery Partners and Outsource Billing Services believe experience counts most in
Healthcare Receivables Management. Our companies are designed to show you possibilities , whether it's
incorporating new strategies, or giving a fresh take on a current process for improvement.
Bad Debt Resolution
EBO (Extended Business Office)
Insurance Billing and Follow-up
Insurance Clean-up
First Party Liability Resolution
Recondo Technology
Ensure prompt and proper payment with our intelligent “no-touch” technology fueled by Recondo’s proprietary Reconbot
Integrated Payer Authorization Management
Real-Time, Accurate Patient Estimation
Enriched Eligibility and Benefit Data
Analytics Driven Denial Avoidance
Exception Based Automated Claims Management
Enriches, Actionable Claim Status Data
Extended Business Office Services
Craneware: Drake Alldaffer
Optimizing reimbursement.
Minimizing compliance risk.
Increasing operational efficiency.
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Supply Management
Audit & Revenue Recovery
Access Management &
Strategic Pricing
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