Many providers are focusing their COVID-19 financial recovery efforts on reinstating elective surgeries and ambulatory visits safely and effectively. However, an increasing number of providers are hastily shifting from ambulatory to virtual care without fully considering the financial implications. Shifting to virtual care may have unintended financial impact on many other facets of your business, including physician compensation, staffing needs, fixed assets, and more.
Wednesday, July 22
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Join Dan Unger, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Financial Transformation Business at Health Catalyst, to explore the financial implications of shifting from ambulatory to virtual care as part of your organization’s COVID-19 financial recovery strategy.
In this webinar, Dan will discuss the following:
Dan Unger joined Health Catalyst in April 2014 and serves as the SVP and General Manager of Financial Transformation Business. He came to Health Catalyst after working at R1 RCM where he managed a consulting team that worked with large health systems to improve revenue cycle processes and reduce costs through analytics and operational improvements. Prior to R1, Dan worked as a consultant at Equation Consulting, a physician economics consulting firm, and as a pricing and profitability analyst at JP Morgan Chase. He graduated from the University of Arizona with degrees in Finance and Entrepreneurship and received his MBA in International Finance from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.