Hospital finance is complicated, and California hospitals operate in a challenging environment. Hospital executives are faced with the task of developing financial strategies that contain costs yet allow for the provision of health care to the state’s large uninsured population.
January 21, 2014
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Pacific Time
Hospitals are required to be ICD-10 compliant on Oct 1, 2014 — less than 10 months away. Transition to the new system will be exceptionally complex. Diagnosis codes will jump from 13,000 under ICD-9 to over 68,000 with ICD-10 and procedure codes will increase from 4,000 to 87,000, respectively. This webinar will help providers understand the financial impact of ICD-10 on their organization and adequately plan for coming change.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued formal guidance this week on the delay of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) employer mandate requiring businesses with more than 50 employees to provide their employees with health insurance.The notice provides transition relief for 2014 from: 1) the information reporting requirements applicable to insurers, self-insuring employers and certain other providers of minimum essential coverage under §6055 of the Internal Revenue Code; 2) the information reporting requirements applicable to large employers under §6056; and 3) the employer shared responsi
In opposition to AB 975 (Wieckowski/Bonta), CHA has embarked on a comprehensive public advocacy campaign to increase awareness of the importance of not-for-profit hospitals and the diverse array of community benefit programs they provide throughout California. A new video (below) describes the vital role nonprofit hospitals play in the communities they serve.
In opposition to AB 975 (Wieckowski/Bonta), CHA has embarked on a comprehensive public advocacy campaign to increase awareness of the importance of not-for-profit hospitals and the diverse array of community benefit programs they provide throughout California. A new video (below) portrays the damaging impact AB 975 would have on California’s nonprofit hospitals and the communities they serve. AB 975 would:
The state of California has been active creating a brand new marketplace for health care — the California Health Benefit Exchange (CHBE). Health plans have been busy too, filing certification applications, creating products for CHBE and developing networks of providers to support the products. With all this activity, providers and purchasers are asking questions — lots of them. This webinar addresses the latest developments at CHBE and explores your most pressing concerns.