Medicare’s decision to reimburse for telehealth services, concerns for patient and staff safety, and the loss of revenue from canceled elective procedures are leading many physician practices to consider providing or expanding telehealth services.
During this webinar, PYA’s panel of heavy-hitting experts provided guidance physician practices can use to rollout, or further tap into, the telehealth opportunity. The presenters discussed:
- Technology options and speed-to-implementation.
- Solutions to internal process challenges.
- Patient engagement in telehealth.
PYA hosted this one-hour webinar Thursday, March 26, 2020, at 4 p.m. EDT.
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PYA Principal Barry Mathis, who has nearly three decades of experience in the information technology (IT) and healthcare industries as a CIO, CTO, senior IT audit manager, and IT risk management consultant. He has performed and managed complicated HIPAA security reviews and audits for some of the most sophisticated hospital systems in the country.
PYA Principal Valerie Rock, a leader in PYA’s Compliance Advisory Services team, specializing in physician coding, reimbursement, and regulatory compliance. With more than 15 years of experience in healthcare consulting, Valerie has assisted numerous clients with Medicare and Medicaid regulatory compliance and reimbursement methodologies, practice establishments, and practice operational consultations.
PYA Principal Kathy Greenlee, a visionary thought leader and innovator with three decades of state, federal, and international executive experience. A nationally recognized leader in aging and long-term care, Kathy served as the Assistant Secretary for Aging at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services from 2009 to 2016. Simultaneously, Kathy created the Administration for Community Living and was its first Administrator.
If you would like more information about providing telehealth services or for assistance with any matter involving physician services, strategy and integration, IT advisory, or reimbursement, contact one of our PYA executives below at (800) 270-9629.