Michael Bumann is the founder and CEO of Red Dot, a company that specializes in resolving motor vehicle accident accounts for healthcare organizations, and his history as a firefighter and EMT informs every aspect of his business. In today's episode, Bumann discusses what lessons leaders can take from first responders to take action in times of great challenge.
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Surprise Billing Part I Summary
Surprise Billing Part II Summary
CMS Principal Deputy Administrator Jonathan Blum discusses price transparency, surprise billing and the future of value-based payment
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Anthony Comfort of VisiQuate discusses opportunities for technology in healthcare, both in the clinical space and in revenue cycle
The negative effect of fat bias on health outcomes
Why people and process are the keys to revenue cycle innovation
Your patients’ missed screening means advanced cancer: Here’s how to get patients back and how to treat them in the comfort of their own homes
The real reason people don’t get vaccinated for COVID-19? They don’t feel like it.
To patients, the financial experience isn’t separate from the clinical one. Here’s how to leave them with a good lasting impression.
Design thinking: A human-centric approach to problem solving in healthcare
How fried chicken is doing social good in Ohio, and what that could mean for the healthcare industry
The Valentine’s Day episode: Karin Hurt and David Dye discuss the whys and why nots of workplace romances
Patients have access to more information than ever. How should we be talking to them about it?
How avoiding an awkward waiting room conversation can contribute to better health among transgender people
Healthcare 2030: The Chartis Group and Bank of America discuss embracing disruptors and rethinking care delivery
What would you do if your best employee quit tomorrow? Anton Gunn shares the secrets to effective succession planning.
The HFMA editorial team discusses the biggest healthcare stories of the year and looks ahead to 2022
Policy analyst and hfm columnist Paul Keckley discusses the cost effectiveness of health
An epidemiologist discusses how we failed the public when it comes to public health
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