Hear About the Latest in Healthcare Trends from Change Healthcare Experts at the Annual MGMA Conference

The annual MGMA conference, being held this year in Anaheim, CA, from October 8 through October 11, is a great opportunity to hear about the latest in healthcare trends, innovation and leadership. Change Healthcare experts will be there offering counsel on improving the quality of care for patients while improving practices’ revenue performance.

A highlight will be a talk by Keith Slater, VP of Development for Change Healthcare, who will give advice on how to offer the best care possible in the wake of healthcare reform and the shift to value-based care. His presentation, “Driving Quality Care, Reimbursement, & Patient Satisfaction: Best Practices on the Journey to Value-Based Care for Your Organization,” will showcase how providers can participate in quality improvement initiatives to boost the health of their patients, while increasing patient satisfaction and reimbursement.

“I’ll show attendees how they can analyze quality care programs in their organizations and identify areas for improvement,” Slater said. “I’ll also explain how they can apply best practices to accelerate value-based care benefits, and create an action plan to implement programs that improve the quality of care while increasing revenue.”

Slater will give his talk on October 9 from 12:20 to 12:50 p.m. on the Healthcare Innovations Pavilion stage, Exhibit Hall CD at Booth #857.

Change Healthcare will be at Booth #319, offering hands-on presentations and advice to visitors about a wide variety of services and programs, including driving revenue performance. Attendees can find out how end-to-end revenue cycle management services can improve efficiency, increase net patient revenue and reduce bad debt. Experts at the booth will highlight the latest in coding, compliance and audit services, including specialty coding for radiology and cardiology.

Attendees will also get information about other Change Healthcare services at the booth, including patient access services for checking eligibility and enrollment, medical call center services for registration and scheduling, and practice management services.