How to Succeed in Today’s Behavioral Healthcare Business Climate
- Explore why the concept of “revenue cycle management” is evolving
- Describe new models for considering a behavioral healthcare business’ revenue management plan
- Discuss technological tools available to demonstrate success to patients and payers alike
- Identify how to ensure marketing practices are ethical and in compliance with licensure requirements, and how to report violators
- Understand the implications of new laws and regulations impacting behavioral healthcare delivery, such as NIMBY, patient financial responsibility, and patient brokering
Mr. Hill has provided family court evaluations to the Riverside and Hemet court system for over twenty years. Additionally, he has provided consultation and expert witness testimony in criminal (capital, possession w/ intent) and civil (wrongful death, standards of care, labor) cases.
Mr. Hill combines advanced education, years of addiction treatment experience with his own personal knowledge of addiction and recovery. Past clients have commented on his unique ability to simplify difficult cases while gaining the trust of juries and judges. His understanding of addictive disorders surpasses textbook knowledge and encompasses a street understanding.
He opened and directed his own full service adult and adolescent outpatient treatment program since 1987 and, previously, directed residential and hospital based inpatient programs in New Mexico and Colorado.
Navigating between regulatory compliance and litigation, the versatility of John Mill’s healthcare practice and the diversity of his clients provide him with a keen understanding of the unique business objectives and risks facing different segments of the healthcare provider community. Among John’s diverse range of clients are hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, physicians, medical groups and IPAs, Knox-Keene licensees, pharmacy providers, and ambulance providers.
John’s regulatory compliance work focuses on key issues facing providers that could potentially impede their business operations. He advises clients on managed care and ERISA compliance, voluntary disclosures of possible Medicare over-payments, medical staff and peer review, analysis of business arrangements to ensure compliance with the anti-kickback and Stark laws, and provides regulatory guidance to covered entities and contract pharmacies in connection with the federal 340B program.
Prior to joining Nelson Hardiman, John practiced at the Los Angeles office of a law firm dedicated solely to the representation of healthcare providers and suppliers, where he focused on managed care litigation, medical staff and peer review compliance and litigation, as well as commercial litigation. John also served as a Law Clerk to the Presiding Justice of the Texas Third District Court of Appeals.
Clinical Director – New Method Wellness
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