Bootcamps

Crowe healthcare education series

Invest in yourself with boot camps on signature Crowe Healthcare products and solutions. This set of intensive training sessions cover various experience levels on topics including RCA, automated reconciliation, asset optimization, net revenue and finance, reimbursement, physicians and more.

 

The boot camps you register for will be available to you for CPE credit on demand through October 1, 2021. See below for session details and pricing information.

 

Package

Price

Description

Lite

$300

Up to CPE credit hours

Plus

$600

Up to CPE credit hours

Premier

$1,000

Up to CPE credit hours

Elite

$2,200

Up to 16 CPE credit hours

All-Access

$3,400

Up to 24 CPE credit hours

If you're looking for Certified Net Revenue Analyst (CNRA) training and exam information click here.

COVID-19 Net Revenue Modeling and Budgeting Considerations*

Regardless of the reserve model, estimating net revenue is highly dependent on the ability to leverage history to predict the future. During periods of significant disruption, the ability to rely on history for reserve estimation and revenue projection is called into question. During this session, we will discuss the net revenue modeling complexities brought about as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and approaches to consider implementing during times of substantial uncertainty. As a result of attending the webinar, you should be able to:

  • Discuss the potential net revenue and reserve model implications of the COVID-19 crisis
  • Determine key data points to monitor during periods of uncertainty or unpredictability
  • Implement action plans to proactively monitor for material shifts in your organization's net revenue performance

CPE Hours: 1
Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Automated Reconciliation for Healthcare: Introduction

Here's your chance to learn about navigating and working within Automated Reconciliation Tool.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Gain an understanding of the layout of the Automated Reconciliation tool
  • Assign exceptions in the tool
  • Resolve exceptions within the tool
  • Research items identified in the completeness module
  • Utilize export and filter functions within the tool

CPE Hours: 1.5
Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Automated Reconciliation for Healthcare: Advanced

Participants will learn about maximizing the benefits from the Automated Reconciliation tool.  

  • Understanding user, workgroups, and mapping within the tool
  • Monitoring file loads
  • Utilizing the tool to efficiently assign exceptions
  • Reviewing bank deposit and completeness screens to optimize your team’s performance
  • Optimizing the month-end close module reconciliation results

CPE Hours: 1.5
Program level: Advanced
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Executing Month-End Close Steps (Part 1):  Process and MRA Settings Steps

Participants will walk away with the ability to navigate the steps of pre-close with a specific emphasis on MRA Settings and Storage.  The focus of this course will be around the pre-close checklist and will not dive into RCA definitions and concepts.  The course was designed for new or inexperienced users who want to learn the mechanics of navigating the close process. By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Recall all Pre-Close steps that are required in order to complete a successful pre-close in the RCA application  
  • Understand all necessary items that are needed including mapping and reconciliation in advance of beginning Pre-Close or Close
  • Identify configuration updates needed, including any necessary adjustments

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Executing Month-End Close Steps (Part 2): Pre-Close Finalization, Recast, and Close Overview

Participants will walk away with the ability to navigate the steps of Close with a specific emphasis on the close process and Autoclose Package generation. The focus of this course will be around the Close checklist and will not dive into RCA definitions and concepts. The course was designed for new or inexperienced users who want to learn the mechanics of navigating the close process.

  • Navigate through the final steps of Pre-Close and understand the purposes of recast reporting
  • Recall the Close steps that are required in order to complete a successful close in the RCA application
  • Execute and save all key reporting that should be saved each month-end for review and audit purposes

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

RCA Ad-Hoc Reporting Module & Tableau: Intermediate

This course will provide a brief overview of the Ad-Hoc module. The majority of the session will be a step by step walk through of building meaningful reports and dashboards to help drive analytics. The course is designed for clients who already have the Ad-Hoc module and want to learn more about data visualization. 

  • Tips on integrating different types of workbook objects into dashboards for effective guided analytics
  • Deeper understanding of filters, table calculations, level-of-detail calculations
  • Deeper understanding of data connections, live vs. extract, summary vs detail, and applying filters to extracts.
  • Hands-on dashboard build and publish to Tableau Server

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

RCA Overview (Part 1): Understanding Key Concepts - Hindsight and ZBA

Participants will walk away with a baseline understanding of key principles and methodology.  The focus of the session is to cover RCA’s core reserve methodology – Zero Balance Account and Hindsight Analysis.  The course was designed for individuals that are either new to the RCA application or would like a refresher on defining key concepts.   

  • Define the core building blocks of RCA’s reserve methodology 
  • Understand key topics and concepts that are critical to estimating balance sheet reserves
  • Identify key reporting that supports RCA’s core functionality 

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

RCA Overview (Part 2): Understanding Key Concepts - Credits, Recoveries, and Variance Analysis

Participants will walk away with a baseline understanding of key principles and methodology.  The focus of the session is to cover Credits, Recoveries, and Variance Analysis.  The course was designed for individuals that are either new to the RCA application or would like a refresher on defining key concepts.   

  • Explain how Credits and Recoveries are estimated and applied in RCA
  • Understand key topics and concepts that are critical to RCA's Variance Analysis module
  • Identify key Variance Analysis reports that aid in the review of Net Revenue 

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

RCA - Understanding MRA Results (Part 1): Recast Overview

This session’s key focus is to provide participants with a series of examples that help aid and guide MRA review efforts.  By leveraging the recast, we will walk through how to find key drivers of balance sheet swings and provide the necessary tools and knowledge to explain the changes.  The course was designed for individuals that are either new or less experienced in reviewing and explaining the balance sheet.   

  • Identify and understand the impact of current MRA Settings changes 
  • Utilize the Recast Package to identify and explain key drivers in changes to the balance sheet
  • Leverage supporting reports to help explain changes in the recast based on the key drivers

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

RCA - Understanding MRA Results (Part 2): Close Overview

This session’s key focus is to provide participants with a series of examples that help aid and guide MRA review efforts.  By leveraging the Autoclose package, we will walk through how to find key drivers of balance sheet swings and provide the necessary tools and knowledge to explain the changes.  The course was designed for individuals that are either new or less experienced in reviewing and explaining the balance sheet.   

  • Identify material swings on the balance sheet and determine key drivers - rates, aging, or payor mix
  • Understand the Autoclose sheets and additional reports available for deeper analysis 
  • Research impact related to recoveries and credit balances movement

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

RCA - Understanding VA Results (Part 1): Current Period Net Revenue

This session’s key focus is to provide participants with a series of examples that help aid and guide their VA review efforts.  By leveraging the close package and VA reporting, we will walk through how to find key drivers of current period net revenue impact and provide the necessary tools and knowledge to explain the changes.  The course was designed for individuals that are either new or less experienced in reviewing and explaining the income statement.   

  • Understand the definition of Current Period Net Revenue and the difference between Current Period Net Revenue and Total Net Revenue.
  • Identify key RCA reports that summarize and explain Current Period Net Revenue impact
  • Deliver a high level explanation on key drivers of the overall Current Period Net Revenue impact

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

RCA Physicians - Overview of Key Elements Unique to Physicians

The key focus of this session is to cover modules, reports, and tools that will enhance the overall Physician environment experience.  Participants will learn about the Facility Matrix file, how to leverage Facility Groupers, and other data related items that are unique to RCA Physicians.  The course was intended for new or experienced users.   

  • Understand the purpose and capabilities of the Facility Matrix file
  • Identify reporting options by leveraging the Facility Grouper functionality
  • Explain certain data elements, reserve settings, and reporting unique to RCA Physicians

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

RCA - Understanding VA Results (Part 2): Change in Prior

This session’s key focus is to provide participants with a series of examples that help aid and guide their VA review efforts.  By leveraging the close package and VA reporting, we will walk through how to find key drivers of prior period net revenue impact (change in priors) and provide the necessary tools and knowledge to explain the changes.  The course was designed for individuals that are either new or less experienced in reviewing and explaining the income statement.   

  • Understand the definition of Change In Prior Estimates as it relates to Total Net Revenue
  • Explain Change in Prior Estimates by leveraging Autoclose and VA reports
  • Identify key drivers of results by leveraging Change in Prior Themes and summarize findings that include actionable items

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

RCA Physicians - Close Process: Process, Reporting, Review

This course was designed to cover an expedited Month End Close process specifically for Physician users.  Participants will learn about the steps of preclose and close, but through a physicians lens, as some logic and reporting in RCA is not leveraged for Physician use.  In addition, key reporting and review tips will be provided to help guide the analytical review process.  *Please note that concepts and terminology will not be covered in detail - consider supplementing this knowledge by attending the "RCA Overview: Key Concepts" session.   

  • Recall the high-level steps of the RCA month end close process
  • Identify key month end reporting specific to physician data
  • Understand important review steps when analyzing month end results

CPE Hours: 2
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Please note that registration is subject to availability and open only to healthcare provider organizations.

The boot camps are brought to you by Crowe in partnership with Becker.  CPE for the boot camps will be issued by Becker.

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