As we near the end of federal Public Health Emergency (PHE) protections, several questions come to the minds of providers, payers, and patients alike.
What insights can be gleaned from the data?
What do the trends reveal about enrollment patterns?
What happens to enrollment patterns during continuous enrollment?
How might these insights reveal best practices for redetermination efforts?
We will answer these questions, look at how data can be leveraged to reduce the potential risks to those most vulnerable during the redetermination period, and discuss practical strategies and tools for reducing barriers to renewing coverage.
"Juli Smith is a national revenue cycle expert proven in finding solutions that foster success and create strong ROI, increased market share, and profitability. With a focus on innovation required to shift from fee for service to value, Ms. Smith currently serves as Director of Strategic Partnerships for ZOLL Data Systems. She is a nationally known speaker and author on emergency medicine coding and reimbursement issues. Ms. Smith has hosted HFMA webinars, been quoted by HealthLeaders magazine and is a frequent contributor to several national media outlets. She serves in a variety of committee roles for the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), the Emergency Department Practice Management Association (EDPMA), and the Urgent Care Association (UCA). Juli is currently a member of the Board of Directors of EDPMA and is one of a select few non-physician members of the ACEP Coding and Nomenclature Committee. "