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Dirty Little Secrets… Revealed. Growing Revenue Through Superior Utilization Review
How do you effectively grow your revenue in a time when marketing expenses are increasing and third party reimbursement is steadily decreasing? Maximizing your lengths of authorization in the highest levels of care for your clients allows you to improve the patient experience through a longer treatment stay. It also ensures you are optimizing your revenue per admission opportunity.

In this webinar, Anthony Atkins, Founder & CEO of Atkins & Affiliates, walks you through why and how Utilization Review (UR) is the behavioral health provider’s secret weapon for 2018 per admission revenue expansion. You’ll explore a more collaborative ”care system” way of thinking (including UR as an extension of the treatment team, who is best suited to do UR, case building, peer reviews, appeals and more) and learn how they apply to your program. He will detail what your care management model should look like and what best practices to adopt.

Best of all: Anthony even shows you how you can measure UR performance so that the full picture of treatment can be measured. You’ll learn to:
· Develop a more strategic understanding of how to drive longer lengths of stay in the higher levels of care
· Document smarter not harder
· Develop an understanding of how to staff and when to staff to maximize authorization opportunity

This is a can't-miss webinar for CEOs, Executive Directors, Utilization Review Staff, and Business Development teams.

Jan 9, 2019 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Anthony Michael Atkins
CEO @Atkins & Affiliates
Anthony has worked in the behavioral health field for almost a decade. Before founding Atkins & Affiliates, he oversaw both Utilization Management and contracting for the largest behavioral health company in the world. While serving in this capacity, he managed the strategic efforts to grow revenue through improving rates and growing length of stay for more than 200 residential programs. Anthony has also worked at a corporate level for many large managed care organizations and has a detailed understanding of pricing models. Anthony has advanced degrees in both psychology and business management.