Will Telemedicine Expansion Be Financially Viable After the Pandemic?
Wednesday, May 26 | 11:00 am
FREE for MHA Members
Expansion of telemedicine is well-liked by patients and physicians as a means to offer better care and improve health outcomes, but the economics of telemedicine reimbursement have historically been more challenging. This webinar will examine how expanded telemedicine might work financially for all stakeholders after the pandemic ends.
AUDIENCE: Hospital and health system administrators and finance department staff, including CFOs, CEOs, Controllers.
Participants will walk away from this webinar with a better understanding of the following topics:
- Quantifying the benefits of telehealth
- Higher Utilization – Is more really better, and what is it worth?
- Which Metrics? – Cases, encounters, time spent
- Viable financial models for telemedicine reimbursement
Albert "Chip" Hutzler, JD, MBA, CVA
Chip is a valuation director and compliance consultant for HORNE healthcare focused on helping clients comply with various health laws that impact them, including Stark, Anti-Kickback, False Claims Act, HIPAA, EMTALA, Medicare Conditions of Participation, IRS Regulations and state and local healthcare laws.
Chip also serves as a legal advisor and subject matter expert advising clients and project teams on the design and implementation of federally-funded recovery programs established as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. He guides the development of policies and procedures and processing of eligibility and awards to ensure compliance with federal laws and regulations.
With over 20 years of experience as a financial analyst and over 25 years as an attorney, Chip is a published author and regular speaker on healthcare and legal compliance issues and an active member in several healthcare industry associations.
He holds the degrees of Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School, and Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland. He also is a Certified Valuation Analyst.
C. Joyce Hall
Watkins & Eager, Jackson
C. Joyce Hall was admitted to the Mississippi Bar in 1987 and the Louisiana State Bar Association in 1995. Her experience includes commercial transactions, public finance, corporate, and health care law. In 1994, Joyce was named Mississippi's Outstanding Young Lawyer and one of Mississippi's 50 Leading Business Women in 2009. She is involved in several professional and civic organizations, and following Hurricane Katrina provided pro bono assistance to victims through the Mississippi Bar.