eHealth Initiative interviewed senior executives at leading healthcare organizations to determine how policies, consumerism, and patient engagement strategies influence provider decisions. In this webinar, we will hear how the decision to acquire and use technology ultimately affects the revenue cycle.
This webinar will dive into:
Jeff ChesterSenior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer for Availity
Prior to joining Availity in 2010, Chester served as Vice President and General Manager of Sales for GE Healthcare IT Clinical Business Solutions, a $1.4 billion division of General Electric. Chester began his health care career in 1993 with WebMD, where he was part of the original management team that merged WebMD with Healtheon, ENVOY and Medical Manager. He went on to serve as Vice President of Business Development at Next Ventures LLC, a venture capital accelerator for upstart health care technology companies. Additionally, he has served as Vice President of Strategic Account Development for Groupcast, a division of IDX Systems Corporation. In 2002, Chester joined IDX Systems Corporation as the Regional Sales Director for IDX Groupcast and was promoted to Groupcast’s Vice President of Strategic Account Development in 2005. He was then assigned to lead the IDX/GE integration for sales, which led to his role as a Vice President and General Manager of Sales at GE Healthcare IT Clinical Business Solutions. Chester graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. He resides in Jacksonville, Florida, with his wife and two daughters.
Taya MohesierDirector of Health Policy & Product Development, H3C
As Director of Health Policy & Product Development, Shawntea (Taya) is responsible informing all health policy decisions for H3C including compliance, government regulatory guidance and serves as the HIPAA Privacy Officer. In addition, she is responsible for the research, development and marketing of all new products. Taya has served in management and director positions for several physician practices and currently sits on the Cross-Specialty CMS Workgroup with the national Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) that exists to provide feedback to CMS. Taya has spent quite some time in various physician advocacy roles including several terms on government affairs and legislative committees lobbying for physician rights. https://www.linkedin.com/in/shawntea-taya-moheiser-cmpe-cmom-89ba023/
Charlotte HaleSystem Director Admission Services and Central Access, Cox Health
Charlotte started her career in banking operations over tellers, new accounts and IT. In 2005, Charlotte decided a bit of change was needed and was offered an opportunity with a local hospital. She started in Customer Service and then transferred to Patient Access where she started a financial counseling program and then moved to a supervisor role before becoming the director. Charlotte started her career with Skaggs Community Health Center which merged with Cox Health in 2012. Customer service is Charlotte’s passion. She loves working with the staff and the patients. Her team consists of one manager, 10 supervisors and around 300 employees. The departments that report up through Charlotte are patient registration, pre-registration, insurance verification, financial counseling and scheduling. Charlotte has been married for 23 years and has two children.