Healthcare Huddle: How to Manage Telemedicine & New Challenges during COVID-19

Telemedicine, staffing issues and other changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are uprooting the way medical practices are managed. Join TriZetto Provider Solutions for a live panel discussion with industry experts to hear how practices can keep their billing processes in motion and ensure healthy revenue cycles in the current environment. Attendees will hear about the latest COVID-19 coding and claims processing developments and have the opportunity for a live roundtable discussion with representatives from TPS’ Product and Sales divisions.

During this event, attendees will be able to:

  • Gain a pulse on what’s happening at the provider level during COVID-19.
  • Ask questions to industry experts during a live Q&A session.
  • Learn about products and services that can alleviate problems.

*This material was recorded on May 20, and reflects current industry practice as of that date. Please consult with an advisor about changes to the rules and regulations, and their application to your organization.

About the Speakers:

Danielle Couch serves as the Product Manager for TriZetto Provider Solutions’ Patient Engagement suite of products. In this role, she is responsible for guiding the development of product enhancements and working to achieve product visions while meeting performance initiatives. With almost a decade in the Healthcare IT industry, her career has focused on driving value to the end user, integrating solutions to benefit clients and ultimately helping providers better engage with their patients.

Lori Roberts is a National Account Executive on the Sales team of TriZetto Provider Solutions, a Cognizant company. As an eleven year veteran of the company, Lori worked in account implementation, customer service and new accounts before moving into the sales organization. Earlier in her career, Lori served in the military as a public affairs representative, handling communications activities for the military transportation unit.