Hospital Finance Explained: Billing, Insurance Payment, Prices, Revenue, Charity Care, Cost-Cutting z finance

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Learn Hospital Finance in this series of training sessions: 1) Hospital Cross-Subsidization 2) Hospital Accounting 3) Complex Patient Care Financial Impact 4) Hospital Billing 5) Hospital Prices 6) Hospital Networks and Patient Steerage (2 Sessions) 7) Patient Referrals and Hospital Revenue 8) Future Sources of Hospital Revenue 9) Certificate-of-Need Laws Explained 10) Hospital Charity Care 11) Hospital Cost-Cutting Sources at the End of the Video. Thank you for watching!! AHealthcareZ is 200+ Healthcare Finance Educational Videos. Book: Check out Dr. Bricker’s Book 16 Lessons in the Business of Healing here: AHealthcareZ Viewers Include: Employee Benefits Professionals, HR, CFOs, Insurance Brokers, Benefits Consultants, Doctors and Nurses in Leadership Roles, Hospital and Health System Administrators, Health Insurance Carrier and PBM Professionals, Pharma and Med Device Professionals, Academic Professors and Students in Healthcare Administration and Public Health. 90,000+ Views Per Month Across All Platforms. Visit AHealthcareZ.com to Subscribe to the Healthcare Finance Video Newsletter.

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Scott Roloff 10/03/2022 - 4:33 Chiều

Dr. Bricker, I had a question on your segment about steerage. You said that the contracts between health systems and carriers usually were on an all or nothing basis–all the health system's doctors had to be in network to get the contract. Does this also apply to steering within the doctors in the network so that a carrier would be precluded from steering to the better doctors by listing them on its website in a find a provider tool as being the best doctors for a particular condition, etc.?

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Sherrie Thomson 10/03/2022 - 4:33 Chiều

Dude your views are going up! That’s awesome. I love your stuff.

Could you maaaaybe tackle VA and VA contractors? I live in a huge military area, and the way that works confounds me.

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PayDayRay89 10/03/2022 - 4:33 Chiều

Is the UMass video on increasing patient flow through profitable service lines still available?

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Andrew Kroger 10/03/2022 - 4:33 Chiều

Great video
Thank you once again

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