Revenue Cycle Management Certificate Program
For healthcare providers, ensuring financial viability is the responsibility of the individuals and teams working in Revenue Cycle Management (RCM).
That work has become increasingly complicated over the past decade and it gets more complex every day. Now more than ever, it is critically important that RCM professionals have the skills and abilities necessary to navigate the challenges of the complex RCM environment.
The Revenue Cycle Management Certificate Program is designed with ROI in mind. Each Module explores the revenue cycle from a unique perspective, and provides a framework for identifying inefficiencies and opportunities for improvement.
During the program, participants will use this framework to identify a challenge or opportunity within their own organization, which will become the focus of their Organizational Impact Project. Using the skills and abilities from the RCMCP, they will perform an analysis and make recommendations for improvement.
The Organizational Impact Project Presentations offer an actionable opportunity for stakeholders and sponsors to realize a return on their investment.
The Revenue Cycle Management Certificate Program is designed to strengthen the ability to anticipate challenges and solve difficult problems. Program participants will develop an understanding of the end-to-end functions within the revenue cycle, the interface between those functions, and the impact on the profitability of an organization.
Using the Influence Style Indicator®, a leadership self-assessment, participants will gain insights into Productive Interpersonal Interactions, Influence, and Persuasion. They will practice Problem-Solving, Critical Thinking, and Cross-functional Collaboration. They will explore the cutting-edge of Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and Data Analytics. Participants will leave this program with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to positively impact their team, the organization, and the bottom-line.
The program is delivered one day a week for seven consecutive weeks and is facilitated by Bradley University faculty and experienced RCM professionals.
The following modules are included:
- The Bottom Line: Patient-Centric Revenue Cycle Management
- The Big Picture: Understanding the Functional Areas
- Cross-Functional Collaboration: Opportunities & Efficiencies
- AI, Analytics, and Automation & Telling the Strategic Story
- Driving Organizational Results
- Organizational Impact Project Presentations
One day per week:
Next cohort will begin in Fall 2024
Contact us for virtual attendance options.
Business and Engineering Convergence Center
Investment: $2995Program Schedule
Who should attend?
RCM employees, managers, and directors in patient access, accounts receivable, customer service, denial management, financial counseling, payer relations, self-pay management, clinical documentation, quality metric reimbursement, health information management, compliance, IT, data analytics, budgeting and forecasting will benefit from attending.