Optimizing Cash Flow During Busy Seasons
With respiratory upon us, more patients are looking to urgent care for their health needs. Increases in patient volume mean that clinics have an opportunity to bill and collect more revenue.
However, with increases in patient volumes comes a higher chance for revenue leakage, which may or may not be detectable on your balance sheets. Discover how to minimize revenue leaks, and optimize financial operations so your clinic can thrive this busy season. In this webinar and live Q&A, Teresa Asma, Chief Operating Officer at Solv, will cover—
- Financial forecast: urgent care landscape today
- Q&A with April Gillam
- Putting the fun in fundamentals: why details matter for long-term financial success
- Sustainability through seasonality: building long-term cash on hand
- Common revenue leakage mistakes that you can fix today
Teresa's insights are invaluable for urgent care owners, practice managers, billing and finance professionals, and healthcare administrators seeking to make the most of this respiratory season. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to mitigate revenue risks and improve your revenue stream for growth!
Before joining Solv, Teresa Asma spent most of her career working on new technologies that worked in the lab or in theory, and bringing them to real world consumers. An early finance hire at Google [X] – Asma partnered across a broad range of R&D teams including driverless cars (Waymo), augmented reality (Google Glass), telecom (Project Loon), delivery (Wing), and health tech (Google Life Sciences). As part of the founding team at Verily Life Sciences, Asma led the strategic finance function, helping to plan, fund, and build innovative solutions to tackle intractable problems in healthcare.
April Gillam is a seasoned healthcare operations executive who is passionate about improving health equity, access, and outcomes through digital transformation. Previously the COO of a successful chain of pediatric urgent cares and telemedicine platform, she has been instrumental in scaling processes, people, and business development execution. After developing collegiate COVID-19 testing programs for the Big XII conference, American Athletic conference, the College Football Playoff Committee in 2020, April made the transition from Urgent Care leadership into digital transformation leadership at Solv Health. April remains an active urgent care private investor and currently serves as the Head of Industry Relations at Solv Health. She also holds a seat on the Urgent Care Association Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion commission.