A collaborative approach to implementing electronic medical attachments.
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Thursday, June 13, 2019 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)
Despite the lack of a mandated standard, health plans are moving forward with projects to implement electronic medical attachments in an effort to reduce the costs associated with faxing and mailing medical records. The success of these initiatives will ultimately depend on getting providers to stop faxing and start attaching, but adoption shouldn’t be something health plans think about after building the model and rolling it out. Instead, they need to engage with providers and vendors at each phase of the process—from planning to implementation to scaling.
Availity’s role at the intersection of provider and payer connectivity has given them unique insight into the challenges and opportunities electronic medical attachments bring to the industry. They’ve been working closely with health plans, providers, and vendors to build a repeatable model for implementing electronic attachments that takes into consideration provider adoption and scalability. In this webinar, you will hear what they’ve learned throughout this process.
In this webinar, you will learn:
•Why aligning health plan and provider goals is critical
•The importance of building provider journey maps and managing expectations
•What factors to consider before establishing KPIs
•How medical attachments can help lay the foundation for an enterprise clinical gateway model
Allison Loeb, Clinical Product Owner, Availity
Allison Loeb is a Product Owner in Availity’s Clinical Data area, where she is responsible for clinical data integrations, operations, and provider-payer initiatives. Availity is tackling the challenge health plans and providers face when sharing clinical data with offerings designed to reduce manual processes, including HL7 messages (ADT, ORU, ORM), medical records (including CCDA and medical attachments), automated authorizations, risk and quality applications, and primary care notifications.
Allison began her career in healthcare as an intraoperative neuromonitoring clinician, working in hospital and outpatient operating rooms across the country. She primarily worked with neuro, orthopedic, and cardiovascular surgeons to ensure patients’ neurological integrity was maintained during operative procedures. Prior to joining Availity, Allison worked for a surgical software and device company providing onsite clinical and technical support to the doctors and staff of the Lyerly Neurosurgery group at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida.
Allison earned her Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science from the University of Michigan. She also holds a Master of Healthcare Administration degree from the University of Florida.
Linda Perryclear, Provider Product Line Manager, Availity
Linda is a product line manager for Availity’s provider business, where she is responsible for planning and executing the Availity RCM roadmap. Prior to this role, she served as director of provider services operations, and before that she was director of RCM client experience. Linda began her career at Availity (then RealMed) in 2004 as a client account manager.
Before joining Availity, Linda managed back-office operations for several provider offices, where she was responsible for coding, A/R collections, authorizations, referrals, payment posting, and the check-in and check-out processes. She also managed a practice management conversion. Linda gained clinical experience as a hospital corpsman in the U.S. Navy.
Linda received her Bachelor of Science in business administration with a major in finance from University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
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