Physician Network Revenue Cycle Management
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What & When

Revenue Cycle Improvement for Employed Physician Networks

Recorded Live on Thursday July 9th, 2020 – 2:00pm EDT

Webinar Description

Physician network revenue cycle improvement processes should not be the same as the processes utilized for inpatient revenue cycle management. Treating these processes the same and trying to manage both workflows from one location is one of the most common pitfalls we see with clients. This typically results in leaving significant dollars on the table from professional services provided by your healthcare providers.

This webinar will explore key questions that we are often asked about revenue cycle improvement for employed physician networks. We will review key data elements that should be tracked and monitored regularly for your organization, discuss the most common mistakes we typically see, and talk through an example or two of instances where processes were optimized resulting in significant increases in revenue capture for clients.

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn key questions you should be asking yourself about your employed provider network’s professional services revenue cycle process.
  2. Learn how finding the answers to these key questions about the physician network revenue cycle improvement process will optimize your revenue capture for professional services.
  3. Learn from the mistakes of others-learn what not do do with your physician network revenue cycle management process. Review common pitfalls and areas of opportunity.


  • Neal Barker, Partner

Read 5 Common Missteps we see from organizations related to their Physician Network Revenue Cycle Process

The 4th and 5th most common mistake we see are organizations not optimizing their EMR process to support their revenue cycle process and not managing the operations of their central billing offices appropriately allowing the CBO to function as a “black box”.

Neal D. Barker

Partner and Managing Director, Compensation and Compliance