Date: April 20 - 21, 2017
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Central)
Location: IPHCA Institute for Learning, 500 S. Ninth St., Springfield, IL
About The Training
This training is designed for those who understand and work with the revenue cycle management issues that are a daily reality in the community health center world. More experienced attendees will be challenged to reconsider things they believe they know about revenue cycle management, but all levels of experience are welcome. Frequently we manage as we were taught and may not have had the time to challenge existing processes. As we enter into a “New Era of Accountability”, revenue management and compliance are at the forefront of organization sustainability. We will address current revenue cycle topics in a practical, but detailed manner and put them in context with the current compliance environment.
- Bringing the Numbers to Life
- The Current Environment – Why Financial Decision Making is More Important than Ever
- Using Budgeting as a Tool”
- Budgeting Case Study – Walking Through the Logistics of an Actual Operating Budget
- Understanding Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and Financial Reporting in the Community Health Center Industry”
- Forecasting and Strategic Planning
- Walking Through the Forecasting Tool
This training is targeted for Chief Financial Officers, Finance Directors, Controllers, and Revenue Cycle Managers.
Presenter – Jeff Allen, Partner, BKD, LLP
Jeff, a partner with BKD National Health Care Group, is a member of the firmwide Center of Excellence for Community Health Centers for the firm’s approximately 150 community health center clients. He manages audit and cost report preparation services and provides consulting services in the areas of Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, federal grant reporting and operational issues. Jeff also serves as a firmwide resource regarding federal audit guidelines and their application to community health centers.
Jeff’s expertise is routinely called upon by the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC), state primary care associations and the Bureau of Primary Health Care for financial analysis of issues important to community health centers. He serves as a resource to state primary care organizations and state Medicaid programs on Medicaid prospective payment system issues and the cost report submission and settlement process specific to state Medicaid programs. He also provides training to individual health center management teams and boards of directors on financial management issues.
He is a frequent speaker on community health center topics for the NACHC and several state primary care associations. He also conducts presentations for private and governmental organizations seeking to develop the community health center model for their communities. Jeff has co-authored articles on community health center accounting as well as operational and reimbursement topics for BKD publications.
He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Jeff is a 1994 graduate of Missouri State University, Springfield, with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting.
- IPHCA Members: $1,250/per attendee
- Non-Members: $1,500/per attendee