Wayne, Pa. (June 26, 2018) – McBee consulting leadership will present a case study on centralized functions and their effects on patient access at the Georgia Access Management Association’s One Day Event in Atlanta, GA on June 29.
Lisa Linton, Consulting Manager, CRCE-I, CHAM, will present the session “Establishing Centralized Functions: A Case Study for Patient Access,” which will demonstrate how a hospital patient access group transformed into a health system centralized pre-access team without purchasing new equipment or adjusting staff. Attendees will learn key strategies to transform patient access to improve access to care, collaborate with clinical departments to improve pre-access services, and minimize outpatient imaging service leakage.
Lisa Linton has more than 20 years of professional experience and has held multiple revenue cycle leadership positions in various health care delivery environments. She specializes in health care process improvement, medical regulatory compliance, and team development. She has also been successful in driving the adoption of best practices and innovation within the acute markets.
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