Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020
Leading with Strong Decision Making and Execution
Leo Hopf, the University of St. Thomas
Decisions can make or break an organization. High-level strategic choices and daily operational decisions influence our work landscapes and our professional outcomes. Often, our decisions are made without enough information and with the added complexity of human agendas and preferences. It is no wonder than many of us struggle to confidently make quality decisions and are often paralyzed or pressured into pathways of least resistance. This hands-on, three-hour morning workshop will give tools and concepts for approaching decisions. The techniques and tools shared in this workshop are useful for individuals at any level of an organization but most useful for individuals who are seeking to advance their careers. Managers and individual contributors can apply these frameworks, no matter what functional area they are in or their core responsibilities.
At the conclusion of the morning session, you can:
- Identify how your industry is changing and determine how well you are prepared by using tools provided during the workshop
- Determine where to place your bets for excellence, even if other things must slip
- Define and commit to next steps that drive your strategy forward
Finance, Business and Revenue Cycle Management Healthcare Finance
The revenue cycle is key to a business manager’s knowledge base. That, along with essential information from the general principles of the healthcare system and radiology specific nuances, leads us into a complicated path to sustaining our practices. This hands-on three-hour workshop dives deep into some of the options available to practitioners who are planning to shift into management or recently moved into the role. During the workshop, learn how to talk “healthcare finance,” how you are paid, plan an appropriate budget, share and/or discuss the revenue and expenses with your management team, and effective day-to-day management of your business. Return to your practice knowing how to optimize the financial health of your practices.
At the conclusion of the afternoon session, you can:
- Assess the role of the business/finance manager
- Demonstrate familiarity with the revenue cycle
- Apply your new knowledge immediately when you return to the office.