CALENDAR OF EVENTS

2017 Summer Regional Conference

6/9/2017 - 6/9/2017
Richmond, Virginia - Click for Agenda and Registration

The Virginia Chapter of AAHAM
2017 Summer Regional Conference

VCU Conference Center

Larrick Student Center, VCU
900 Turpin Street
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 828-0100
Friday, June 9, 2017

Registration links at the bottom of this page

Richmond From James River

Agenda

7:30-8:20 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:20-8:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks
David Nicholas, CRCE-I, President Virginia AAHAM
8:30-8:55 AAHAM Certification Overview
Brenda Chambers, MHA, CRCE–I/P, CRIP, FHFMA, CRCR,
National Certification Chair
9:00-10:25 Achievement Now
Tyler Enslin, Direct Development Training
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:00 The Indispensable Revenue Cycle Leader: Remaining vital as
healthcare continues to change

Wendell White, VP Revenue Cycle –VCU Health System
12:15-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:55 Mary Washington’s Journey to Patient Self-Registration Kiosks
Linda M. Patry, BA, CRCE-I, Patient Financial Services Director, MWHC
Patrice Catlett, MBA, Manager Patient Access ED, Mary Washington Hospital
Doug Fallon, Vice President, Sales, Vecna Technologies
2:00-3:00 You Need to Triple Your Staff Tomorrow: Increase Net Revenue
by 1% Through Low Balance Collections

Peter Angerhofer, Principal, Colburn Hill Group
3:00-3:15 Break
3:15-4.15 The Importance of Managing and Protecting Patient Identities
Chris Wild, Identity Management Regional Director, Experian Health
4:15-4:30 Door Prizes and Closing Remarks

Our charitable organization for this meeting is the McKinney-Vento Regional Education Program with Richmond Public Schools. They serve students and/or families that are experiencing homelessness within Richmond Public Schools. Offering a wide variety of services from essential items from their resource closet (clothing, food, school supplies, household items, etc.) to ensuring students have adequate transportation to remain in their school of origin while experiencing homelessness outside of their school zone. Other things they provide are direct case management services, assistance with fees for graduation, field trips, SAT/ACT testing, college applications, etc. With the help of some community donors they are able to help families stay in a hotel a night longer, secure a storage site so they do not lose their belongings, secure an apartment with a security deposit, etc. During the 2015-2016 school year, we identified over 1,700 students experiencing homelessness within Richmond Public Schools. Each year the number resets and we start over in identifying and serving our students.

Parking at the meeting is included in your registration fee and will be provided at 8th Street Deck location at VCU. Additional information to follow to all registrants of the meeting.

To download the Agenda and Registration Form, click here.   Or     Register Online

We reserve the right to cancel or re-schedule a program because of insufficient number of registrants or other unforeseen circumstances, or to close registration when a program is over subscribed.