Presentation on theme: "A Short guide to National HFMA. Session Facilitator Gordon Johnson, FHFMA Past President, So Cal Chapter."— Presentation transcript:
A Short guide to National HFMA
Session Facilitator Gordon Johnson, FHFMA Past President, So Cal Chapter
Learning Objectives At the end of this session, you will be able to: Explain HFMA’s organizational structure including HFMA’s strategic direction and goals Recognize how HFMA’s chapter and regional structure supports the overall strategic direction Locate the tools and resources that support your leadership role Review HFMA’s alphabet soup of acronyms
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HFMA Vision: Indispensable resource for healthcare finance Purpose: Helping members and others improve business performance Strategies: Industry Impact Unique, Pragmatic Value System of Service
HFMA Key Goals HFMA will provide transformational services that enable organizations to deliver better, safer, lower-cost care. HFMA will be recognized as the leader for effective industry collaborations and conversations among healthcare financial executives and between these leaders and other stakeholders. HFMA will cultivate empowered and motivated staff and volunteers who are bold in the pursuit of excellence and agile and flexible in adapting to a changing environment.
HFMA Demographics 38,000+ members Average Years in Healthcare – 21 Certified Members – 8.3% Providers – 61.3%
Thought Leadership Healthcare Reform HFMA’s MAP: Revenue Cycle KPIs Value Project Patient Friendly Billing
HFMA Strategies Industry Impact – Foster effective transformation by establishing principles, strategies, & standards that advance ability to provide low-cost, high-quality care. HFMA will be visible to & recognized by industry leaders & public policy makers as an expert source for financial thought leadership. Unique, Pragmatic Value – Execute a successful business model for delivering evidence-based solutions that drive better, safer, lower-cost care, consistent with efforts fostering organizational transformation. System of Service – Deliver HFMA value, including thought leadership, to healthcare organizations and professionals through a structure that aligns the collective channels and systems – including chapters, regions, committees, & boards.
Board of Directors Board of Examiners National Advisory Council Executive Council Payment & Reimbursement Council PFS / Revenue Cycle Council Principles & Practices Board Regional Executive Council Audit & Finance Committee Executive Committee Strategic Planning Committee Healthcare Leadership Council Members HFMA Organization Structure
National Board Officers F Ralph Lawson Chair Steve Rose Chair-Elect Kari Cornicelli Secretary/Treasurer
Regional Executive Council (REC) REC Chair & Vice Chair – HFMA Board Members 11 Regional Executives Purpose Primary volunteer & policy link Assist chapter leaders in serving members Foster dialogue & effective communications Represent needs & interests of chapter leaders to National Board & management Encourage chapter collaboration
REC Meetings 3 face-to-face Council Meetings ANI – meet with National Officers November – meet with National Board LTC – meet with National Officers 5-6 conference calls
Chapters The Heart and Soul of HFMA Automatic membership in one of 68 chapters upon joining HFMA Get updates on local issues Participate in local education programs Guidance and support Leadership opportunities
What About Me? Founders Merit Award Program Chapter Life Membership Frederick C. Morgan Individual Achievement Award
Founders Merit Award Program “Recognizing the Volunteer in You” Bronze Silver Gold Medal of Honor
Frederick C. Morgan Individual Achievement Award 2011 Recipient Robert D. Miller, FHFMA, Central Ohio Chapter
24/7 Resources Planning Calendar and Resource Guide Calendar-and-Resource-Guide/ Chapter Leaders Portion of HFMA Website Toolkits Reports Notes from National Chapter Leaders Webinar Center
Helpful Tips Bookmark key Chapter Leader pages Utilize Outlook folders HFMA Chapter Relations aka Ensure that is “whitelisted Consider a G-mail or Yahoo account Check out FAQs Clear your cookies