Healthcare Payment Innovations Summit

What's Next In Payments®
9:09 PM EDT October 20th, 2012

This event from January 28-29, 2013 in Phoenix, AZ is a showcase of innovative payment solutions that are being implemented or are near implementation by both payers and providers in partnership with leading financial and technology solution providers. This is a hands-on forum with real world case studies that you can use to improve your operation, no matter which side of the health care continuum you represent.

Do you know the best practices that can yield you optimum results specific to your organization?

The healthcare industry can eliminate as much as $50 billion of operating costs annually by effectively automating healthcare payments processing and expediting related exceptions resolution.

Healthcare payment processing is a complex beast characterized by a large number of stakeholders, an extensive transaction set, and significant inefficiencies resulting from the extensive use of manual, paper-based processes.

This event will cover all key facets of healthcare payments processing and the results-driven deployment of technologies, processes, and tools to drive revenue cycle improvements.

Click here for details.

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