PowerHealth hosts Q&A for healthcare costing
Healthcare software provider PowerHealth is establishing a question and answer session for the healthcare costing community to assist with queries arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first session is set to be conducted in early June, with the call for questions open until the end of May.
PowerHealth Managing Director Patrick Power said, “PowerHealth understands these are extraordinary times and recognise we have an important part to play in supporting the critical services our health professionals are delivering.
“We are seeking to assist our community with costing information that will help them navigate the unique requirements presented by the COVID-19 crisis.”
The first session to be conducted by PowerHealth will be a costing Q&A session with industry costing expert Garth Barnett. This session will be prerecorded and sent directly to registrant’s inboxes, so they can listen at their convenience.
“The current crisis is reinforcing the importance of having a costing system which is able to provide accurate and agile reporting,” Power noted.
“The significance being placed on these capabilities has been demonstrated by being awarded the project to implement a network-wide costing system for one of Australia’s leading private healthcare providers,” he said.
“Healthcare institutions need to have the confidence that their costing data is credible, transparent, easy to understand, and provided in a timely manner to support agile decision-making.
“Through the implementation of PPM [PowerPerformance Manager], one of Australia’s largest healthcare providers will derive insights to help navigate the COVID-19 crisis, as well as support improving patient services and importantly assist with future expansion and redevelopment projects down the track,” Power said.
To submit questions on the costing process or to register your interest in attending this session, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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