Going Beyond Cost Containment: Revenue-accretive Strategies for Financial Resiliency
Anay Bedi

Virtual Think Tank Series

Going Beyond Cost Containment: Revenue-accretive Strategies for Financial Resiliency

Thursday, July 9, 2020 • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (EDT)

Even prior to handling an appreciable volume of COVID-19 patients, hospitals were already experiencing an approximate 30% dip year-over-year in expected reimbursement.

As the financial impact of COVID-19 on health systems continues to be realized, many hospitals will not be able to survive the damage to their cash flow for longer than 60-90 days despite the federal stimulus. In light of distressed operating incomes, finance leaders are exploring new, revenue-accretive solutions that not only mitigate downward margin pressure short-term, but also create resiliency in the long-term. As hospitals navigate these challenges, accurate documentation will be critical.

Join us for an interactive discussion in which we examine the latest revenue-accretive strategies to build a resilience plan — not only to weather the current impact, but also to enable your organization to emerge financially and strategically stronger.

Anay Bedi
VP of Growth
Iodine
Iodine

Anay Bedi oversees growth at Iodine – a company dedicated to ensuring documentation integrity for hospitals and health systems.

Prior to Iodine, Anay helped found a company called Healthcare Business Insights (HBI), which served hospitals and health systems with a variety of research verticals (e.g. Revenue Cycle Academy, Cost & Quality Academy etc.).  HBI served and still serves over 1,500+ hospitals across the country.  HBI was successfully acquired by Decision Resources Group (DRG), a life sciences firm.  While at DRG Anay oversaw and led growth and innovation in the Provider arena.  Prior to HBI, Anay worked as a product leader at a company called Crimson, which was acquired by the Advisory Board.

Anay holds an MHSA from the University of Michigan, and a BS from the University of Minnesota.  Personally, Anay enjoys golf and tennis, but also raising his 2-year old son with his wife Anjli in Minnesota.

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