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2017 Georgia HFMA Spring Payer Forum

When:
Thursday, May 18, 2017, 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Where:
Medical Center of Central Georgia Eversole Auditorium
777 Hemlock St.
Macon, GA  31201
Category:
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Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only

HFMA REVENUE CYCLE FORUMS COMMITTEE PRESENTS

2017 Georgia HFMA Spring Payer Forum

Macon, GA


Thursday, May 18th, 2017

9:00am - 4:00pm

Registration begins at 8:00am
Register at the following http://www.cvent.com/d/n5qqg5


Cost: $35

Location:

Medical Center of Central Georgia

Eversole Auditorium

777 Hemlock St.

Macon, GA 31201

*It is located next to the hospital and the large sign in the front says "Education". When you walk into the

Education Building, the auditorium is downstairs. You can park in the green deck across the street from

the hospital for a cost of $5 for the day.

Program:

Expected presentation times from Georgia payers at this point are:


Monday

8:00a  - 9:00a  Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00a  - 9:5Oa  Cahaba GBA Presentation(Part A and Part B)

10:00a - 10:5Oa HP(Medicaid) Presentation

• 11:00a - 11:5Oa United Healthcare

11:5Oa - 12:45p Lunch Provided/ Net working Opportunity

• 12:45p - 1:45p  Blue Cross Presentation

2:00p  - 3:00p  VA Presentation

3:00p  - 4:00pm Roundtable discussion to discuss any other payer issues providers
                  
are having


**Scheduled presentation times subject to change - to be confirmed closer to event date and

communicated through email


What you will learn

Various topics to be addressed including:

  • Updates from payers on various initiatives
  •  Collaboration trends payers are seeing to reduce cost in provider/payer transactions
  •  Payer perspective on best practices to reduce provider denials
  •  Improving the payer/provider partnership
  •  Updates from HP