Improved severity reporting through accurate and appropriate clinical documentation has never been a greater priority for healthcare organizations. The increased demand for healthcare organizations to deliver high quality care cost efficiently has resulted in the evolutionary quickening of CDI initiatives. Now, more than ever, it is crucial to capture the full breadth and depth of patient severity and not limit our efforts to appropriate DRG assignments alone. In this session, we will make a case for implementing severity reporting solutions that give you a competitive advantage, is provider focused and driven by performance and actionable data.
Apurv Gupta, MD, MPH, Director, Clinical Variation and Provider Alignment, Guidehouse
Dr. Gupta is an expert in physician engagement, change management, and leadership development. He had led recent projects in length of stay/ throughput, hospitalist redesign, and clinical variation. He has experience as a clinician, manager, executive, educator, and thought leader.
Dr. Gupta completed his Internal Medicine training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA, and received an M.D. and Sc.B. from Brown University, as well as a M.P.H. from Harvard University.
Terrance Govender, MD, Vice President of Medical Affairs, ClinIntell
Dr. Terrance Govender is the Vice President of Medical Affairs at ClinIntell and brings with him more than 18 years of clinical and healthcare consulting experience. His clinical background is in emergency medicine and trauma surgery. He has extensive experience with CDI initiatives at various stages of development and is passionate about leveraging analytics to achieve severity reporting goals. Dr. Govender speaks frequently on the topic of CDI and is responsible for several publications. At ClinIntell, Dr. Govender is largely responsible for clinical content contributions, subject matter expertise, and client success.
William Hannah, Partner, Health Systems, Guidehouse
Bill has more than 35 years of experience in the Healthcare Industry including more than 20 years as a management consultant. He has extensive experience in revenue cycle operations, clinical care transformation, health care finance, business application selection and implementation, managed care negotiations and operations, project management, business integration, and business process improvement. He has experience in business development, client relationship management, and engagement delivery.
Over the course of his career, Bill has led numerous large-scale revenue cycle engagements at academic medical centers, multi-facility health systems, community hospitals, and physician groups. He is a recognized Revenue Cycle expert and has deep knowledge of the impact that population health management and care transformation have on the revenue cycle. Bill previously served as the CFO for a large fully integrated Cardiology group practice.
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