Founder & President of AR Systems
System Director, Regional Business Office, Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation
Live webinar: Thursday, July 27
1:00 PM ET | 12:00 PM CT | 10:00 AM PT
As payers increasingly rely on line-item audits to control costs and ensure accurate billing, providers must be prepared to respond. Join SAI360, Day Egusquiza, Founder and President of AR Systems, and Chris Loftin, System Director of the Regional Business Office for Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation, on July 27, to hear key insights that will help healthcare providers navigate the challenges of line-item audits.
In this webinar, Day and Chris will discuss best practices for preparing for and managing line-item audits, mitigating risk, and the essential tools and knowledge needed to succeed in an increasingly complex healthcare landscape.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Discover key risk mitigation techniques to minimize potential audit related complications
- Ways to review payer contracts and identify inconsistent use of tools
- Effective methods for managing line-item audits
- Insights into the challenges that healthcare providers face when dealing with line item audits and how to navigate them effectively
Day Egusquiza brings over 40 years’ experience in health care reimbursement, including 20 years in an Idaho hospital leading hospital revenue cycle operations, contracting, new program development, auditing and compliance implementation. Additionally, her experience includes eight years as a Director of a Physician Medical Management billing service which included completing an integrated business office between a hospital and a large multi-specialty physician clinic. She has been an entrepreneur in hospital and physician practice accounts receivable management and a leader in redesigning numerous organizations. Her work includes providing guidance as a compliance & reimbursement educator while providing operational insight on the revenue cycle impacts of disruption, lost charges, and coding validation. Day’s strength is her ability to ‘operationalize’ complex regulations into teachable components.
Please register to join our webinar on July 27: