Moderator: Régine (Honoré) Villain, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Medical University of South Carolina
Panelist: Greg Wojtal, CFO, Banner Health Network and James McManus, VP, Supply Chain & Finance, St. Joesph Health
The major changes taking place in 2014 and beyond require health system CFOs to provide leadership and develop strategies to adapt to this rapidly changing marketplace as maximizing care replaces maximizing fee-for-service. Now more than ever, the CFO has to understand how care is being delivered and how to get the best care in a risk management setting. The change in payer mix and inpatient utilization coupled with a trend in industry consolidation and different physician alignment strategies are all impacting margin and an emphasis on revenue cycle management becomes increasingly important. Providers need to develop better ways to measure how clinical outcomes will impact reimbursement for each payment model. In this session, learn how these leading Health System CFOs are managing the
health of a population, improving efficiency and positioning for risk.
1. Explain how clinical integration strategies, population health management and financial risk
management will lead to a shift in value-based care.
2. Define what governance structures can help align physicians and reduce administrative challenges.
3. Identify ways to more efficiently measure the revenue cycle.