CAQH CORE & NACHA Joint National Webinar with Midwest Center for Women's Healthcare and Hospital Corporation of America, Inc.

“The Benefits of Going Paperless in Your EFT/ERA Transactions for Small & Rural Hospitals – A Multi-Provider Practice & a Large Hospital Group Share Their Experiences”

September 10, 2015 | 02:00 PM EDT

Come join our partners from NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association – as we talk about the benefits of going paperless in your healthcare financial transactions. CAQH CORE will describe how federally-mandated Operating Rules require health plans to support a provider’s ability to streamline their payment posting. NACHA will give an overview of the ACH Network and the 2015 Healthcare EFT Volumes, as well as the Healthcare EFT Standard which leads to proven efficiencies and savings. We will also have two case studies on the time-saving benefits of switching from paper checks and explanation of benefits to the healthcare electronic funds transfer (EFT) and electronic remittance advice (ERA). The case studies will feature the experiences of finance/billing professionals from both a mid-sized provider and a large hospital group.

Our case study speakers will be Eric Brodsky, Director of Billing and Operations of the Midwest Center for Women's HealthCare in the suburban Chicago area, as well as Doug Downey, Vice President, Treasury Services, HCA, Inc. in Nashville, TN.

 Who Should Attend?

This webinar is designed for all health care entities that can benefit from use of electronic transactions: hospitals, providers, health plans, vendors and clearinghouses. Departments that would find it useful include: Finance/Billing, Compliance, IT Claim Operations and Process Improvement. If you have questions, please contact


CAQH CORE is a national multi-stakeholder initiative that streamlines electronic healthcare administrative data exchange and improves health plan-provider interoperability through an integrated model of operating rule development, adoption and maintenance. CAQH CORE has been designated by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as an author for ACA-mandated operating rules. To learn more about CAQH CORE, visit

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