Chief Compliance Officer & Chief Revenue Officer
Angela McLain-Johnson currently serves as the Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Revenue Officer for Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA) of Oklahoma, a high performance high volume, public utility model EMS agency serving communities across Northeast and Central Oklahoma. Angie’s more than 20 years of experience in healthcare financial services has focused on the strategic development and management of revenue cycle operations to include; comprehensive patient account management, revenue performance improvement and implementation of monitoring controls and strategies. In addition, Angela also has extensive experience in all elements of healthcare compliance and accreditation in both the hospital and EMS industry, ensuring organizational business practices exceed regulatory standards and support the provision of excellent patient care. Angie holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management, focused on health care reimbursement, and has an advanced degree in Health and Human Services. She has used her experience and expertise in healthcare finance and healthcare management to help establish EMS industry standards through active roles on multiple state and national boards; serving as with the Oklahoma Ambulance Association and as Region 4 Director with the American Ambulance Association.
First of two separate half-day pre-conference workshops. Content is the same for both sessions. Soon, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost related data to CMS. The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform ambulance […]
Second of two half-day separate pre-conference sessions. Soon, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost-related data to CMS. The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform ambulance service reimbursement under the Ambulance Fee Schedule. Over […]
Facing A New Challenge: Patient Billing Offices Post-COVID Join seasoned revenue cycle experts for an overview of how three different organizations worked during the pandemic; lessons learned, new processes adopted, and what their billing practices look like today.
Collecting and mining data is not for large services only. In this session, we will share some of the data collected by the AAA for balance billing, the impact of the public health emergency on net profits and some industry benchmarks to help you measure your service. When it comes to data, the more you […]
Soon, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost-related data to CMS. The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform the Ambulance Fee Schedule. Over the next four years, all EMS agencies who bill Medicare will […]
Setting Up Your Revenue Cycle for Success: Understanding the Complexities of the Revenue Cycle in the Ambulance Industry Asbel Montes and Angie McLain-Johnson will provide attendees with a guidebook on how to harness the power of data within the ePCR, CAD, and Billing Systems to enhance your compliance program and revenue cycle management processes. From […]