Looking for ways to improve your urgent care’s cash management? Attend a free, informative webinar on November 19, presented by DocuTAP’s very own Tammy Mallow, Director of Contracting and Credentialing. Hurry and save your seat! Everyone is welcome, but registration is limited to the first 100 attendees.

Learn more and register for this free urgent care webinar below:

Optimizing Cash Flow for the Urgent Care Center by Tammy Mallow

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 11 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. (CT)

Webinar Description:

Learn methods to optimize cash flow in an urgent care! Tammy will focus on important ways you can increase revenue and reduce expenses in this 45-minute webinar. Topics include understanding the revenue cycle; having efficient policies, procedures and staff; doing routine practice analysis; and leveraging technologies. Q&A will occur after the main presentation.

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Presenter Description:

Tammy Mallow has been bringing her expertise in practice management consultation services to DocuTAP for over six years. Her role involves helping customers negotiate the world of insurance payer contracts and physician credentialing. Her background is an impressive mix of consulting support for start-up and existing urgent cares, along with health systems.

Her former roles include Corporate Director of Professional Service Management for the Schumacher Group—and Director of Business Operations for Family Medical Walk-in Clinics, Inc. for over 10 years. Her vast knowledge includes implementation (and analysis) of workflow, revenue cycles, health plan contracts, enrollment strategy, staffing, and related PM practices.

Tammy also helps with the development of compliance programs—and policies and procedures. An active participant in the urgent care community, she is a member of national urgent care organizations, is a published author, and performs regular speaking engagements. 

This resource was first published prior to the 2019 merger between DocuTAP and Practice Velocity. The content reflects our legacy brands.