IHA Leadership Webinar July 23: Thrive Post-Pandemic

July 14, 2020

What are the most significant post-pandemic threats and opportunities—and how can you confront them head-on? Get the answers during “The Post-COVID Healthcare Landscape: Implications for Strategy,” an IHA webinar on July 23.

Jeff Goldsmith, PhD, will lead the third session in IHA’s complimentary summer speaker series, Leadership and Resiliency: Navigating Through and Beyond COVID-19. From noon to 1 p.m., he’ll share innovative methods to manage the economic and policy challenges posed by COVID-19. Goldsmith is the president of Health Futures, Inc, a healthcare consulting firm based in Virginia.

In his four-decade career, Goldsmith has:

  • Lectured on health services management and policy at The University of Chicago;
  • Been published in The New York Times and Harvard Business Review; and
  • Worked in the Illinois Governor’s Office as a fiscal and policy analyst.

The webinar is designed to help C-suite and department leaders carry their organizations through the pandemic. For the full agenda and information on continuing education credits, see our registration page. Register today.

Price Transparency Final Rule Webinar in September
IHA is hosting a webinar on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) price transparency final rule effective Jan. 1, 2021 that requires hospitals to make public two lists of payer-specific negotiated prices for all items and services. One list is a machine-readable file of all items and services with five different types of prices listed, and the other is a consumer-friendly list of 300 “shoppable” services with prices. An internet-based price estimator tool can also meet the requirement for the “shoppable” service list. See IHA’s memo for more details.

The webinar, scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 15 from 10 to 11:30 a.m., will include an overview of the requirements, operational tips and a legal perspective for compliance issues. Webinar registration will be available in the coming weeks. Although there is a lawsuit appeal to prohibit implementation of the rule, and IHA has signed on to a letter asking for a delay in implementation of the rule, IHA urges hospitals to begin working toward compliance given the final rule’s complexity.