Webinar details

On-Demand | Thursday, December 10

The E/M coding change is set to happen in less than 60 days, are you prepared? Join Experity leadership for a two-part webinar series that hits the 2021 Final Rule highlights and recaps the clinical, operational, and financial impact these coding changes have on urgent care. Plus, gather tips for how to train your staff and improve your clinic workflow.

  • Dive a level deeper into the new guidelines to ensure new protocols, new drugs, and new diagnoses get documented
  • Understand the impact to reimbursement
  • Get a look at Experity’s modernized code summary page

About the Hosts

Monte Sandler

In the RCM arena, goals matter. Monte is committed to goals—not just setting them—but exceeding them through exceptional execution. A change-maker in the healthcare financial arena, Monte has helped healthcare organizations coast to coast achieve their financial goals through partnering with them as they institute best practices and proven processes. By helping our customers better manage their revenue cycle, Monte and his team help them succeed in the competitive urgent care market. It’s good for them, their patients, the company, and the industry.

Phyllis Dobberstein

Born and raised in suburban Minneapolis, Phyllis has spent her professional career in the world of billing and compliance—guiding teams around the obstacles and over the hurdles that interfere with full compliance. She believes that education and communication are key to creating and nurturing a culture of compliance. “Everyone wants to do the right thing. My role is to make sure everyone knows the right thing—both within the company and our clients.” As the company’s Compliance and Privacy Officer, Phyllis supports the company’s RCM efforts by providing education, helping to develop best practices and standards policies, and ensuring compliant documentation, not only for Experity, but for all of our customers.

Meghan Bower

According to EMR Solutions Manager, Meghan Bowar, the most exciting part of working in the urgent care space is watching the software evolve in ways that have a positive impact on patient care. And during her seven years with Experity, she’s been a part of many of these changes. Recently, she’s been working with the team to raise the urgent care bar with a new ePrescribe solution, minimum-click charting, and preventative medicine workflows. Meghan’s home base is Sioux Falls, South Dakota.