Thu, Jan 25|
Level Up Your 6 Figure Practice: Maximizing Your Practice Revenue with Insurance Billing
Gain strategies to maximize the financial viability of your business through insurance payments.
Time & Location
Jan 25, 2024, 1:00 PM – 1:55 PM EST
About the Event
With current demands for therapy currently outpacing the supply, it is encouraging to see more individuals of color look to therapy. However, we are seeing a trend in therapists opting-out of insurance panels and only offering self-pay or sliding scales, which is quickly becoming a health equity issue.
In this workshop, we will demonstrate strategies that therapists of color can use to ensure the financial viability of their businesses through insurance payments. We will identify strategies for credentialing and highlight ethical issues that can come up during the billing process.
Dr. Marshaun Glover is a Massachusetts licensed psychologist in the Boston area. He earned his BS in Psychology at Albany State University, Georgia, and Master’s of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in clinical psychology from Virginia Tech. Since being in private practice, he has focused on developing his skills as an entrepreneur. Specifically streamlining marketing, billing, and practice protocols to run very efficiently. He brings the desire for efficiency and making services easily accessible to clients as well as making sure providers get paid for their services. He is the CEO of Match Medical Practice Solutions and has a part-time private mental health practice. Dr. Glover also envisions the day when health care will be as normal, accessible, seamless as going to the grocery store. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marshaun-glover-ph-d-mba-53008713/
Wiljeana Jackson Glover is Co-Founder and COO of Match Medical Practice Solutions, a minority owned and operated healthcare revenue cycle management firm. Match Medical brings over 50 years of collective billing and credentialing experience to serve its clients, with a focus on mental health providers. Wiljeana Jackson Glover is also the Kletjian Foundation Distinguished Professor in Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship, an Associate Professor of Operations and Information Management, and Founding Faculty Director of the Kerry Murphy Healey Center for Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Babson College. Prof. Glover completed her postdoctoral studies at the Sociotechnical Systems Research Center at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), PhD and M.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech, B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech, and B.A. in Mathematics at Albany State University (GA). Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wiljeana-glover-ph-d-288481b/