On May 5, Elizabeth Woodcock, practice management expert and founder of the Patient Access Collaborative, will present a free webinar on seeing patients with virtual tools and how to get paid for it.How to "See" Patients During a Pandemic and Get Paid for It
May 5, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm MST
COVID-19 has facilitated sweeping changes to the healthcare system; overnight, healthcare organizations have been forced to pivot their ambulatory enterprises from office-based care sites to treating patients remotely. Innovation, speed, and dedication have been embraced for this successful transformation. Join Elizabeth Woodcock for advice about ensuring that your successful operations incorporate the financial aspects of remote care. You’ll learn about:
- Necessary alterations to your scheduling and registration workflows
- Reimbursement opportunities for remote care
- Differences between telemedicine and virtual services
Don’t miss your chance to get these expert insights and ask your questions about providing virtual care and how to get paid for it.
About the Speaker
Elizabeth Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC is the principal of Woodcock & Associates and the founder of the Patient Access Collaborative. This organization includes 85 of the nation’s most prominent academic
medical centers and children’s hospitals, focused solely on patient access in the ambulatory enterprise. She is the author of Mastering Patient Flow, and co-author of The Physician Billing Process: Navigating Potholes on the Road to Getting Paid, both industry best-sellers. She is widely considered an industry
leader in medical practice operations and revenue cycle management. She is frequently published and quoted in national publications including MGMA Connection and Medical Economics. She has focused on medical practice operations and revenue cycle management for more than 25 years and has led educational sessions for the American Medical Association, Healthcare Financial Management Association, and the Medical Group Management Association. She is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives and a Certified Professional Coder. In addition to a BA from Duke University, she completed a MBA degree in healthcare management from The Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania.