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Financial Management Secrets of Healthcare Organizations
Webcast from Bank of America/Merrill Lynch
Many health care organizations were born out of benevolence but now need to focus on business -- just to keep the doors open. Doing so is more difficult than ever before. Shrinking margins. Healthcare reform. Changing reimbursement models. Shifting financial risk. A struggling economy. A growing elderly population. These are just some of the challenges facing healthcare organizations today.
To navigate these rough waters, healthcare leaders need to move beyond the obvious and discover what's really behind financial success (aka the real strategies that bring real results). Tune in to an upcoming Bank of America Merrill Lynch webinar, "Financial Management Secrets for Health Care Organizations," to hear healthcare industry expert, John McCormick as he provides his unique insights on how to:
- Manage payroll effectively
- Streamline administrative process
- Fully leverage the latest technology tools
- Determine the most efficient and effective billing and collection processes
- Navigate Medicare and Medicaid changes
Join us for this enlightening webinar on Thursday, January 10th at 2 p.m. ET.
Speaker: John McCormack
John brings nearly two decades of experience to lead the public relations and content marketing efforts of healthcare IT companies, hospitals and physician practices. McCormack started his career working for magazines such as McKnight's Long-Term Care News, Hospitals & Health Networks and Health Data Management -- and now puts his knowledge of the healthcare and healthcare IT industry to work for a variety of healthcare industry clients and those trying to reach them.
As a professional writer and speaker who has been published in a variety of consumer and trade publications, McCormack has the communication skills that many organizations truly need. Years spent covering the healthcare information technology beat makes him especially well-versed in this complex industry. Plus, John has the inside track on working the "media machine." It's a combination that has resulted in significant media exposure in a wide variety of national, regional and local consumer and trade publications.