Delivering high-quality care isn't just about having the latest medical technology. Your ability to serve patients also requires modern accounting technology to ensure a strong financial foundation. Yet if you're still relying on manual processes to manage your close, your financial foundation is shaky at best. Keeping up with the need for more care means knowing exactly what you can spend and when. Yet a spreadsheet-driven close hampers visibility and transparency—bad news for growing healthcare systems with ever-expanding patient loads.
Spreadsheets aren't efficiently scalable. Healthcare organizations are merging rapidly. This translates to more patient accounts, but adding more spreadsheets and even more accounting personnel isn't the answer.
Join this Webcast to learn how to:
- Gain real-time visibility into patient and clinical information;
About the Speakers
Susan Parcells, Senior Director of Finance Transformation and Product Expert
Susan Parcells, CPA, CGMA, is Senior Director of Finance Transformation and Product Expert for BlackLine. Throughout her career as an auditor and in various management positions within accounting, Susan recognized that the traditional manual processes within the financial close were not only inefficient but often exposed companies to risk. She began to focus on process improvement around the close, helping accounting teams reduce their workloads and instead use their analytical skills to focus on other value-added activities, all while enhancing controls around those processes. She now spends her time attending conferences, trade shows, and other venues to educate companies on ways in which they can optimize their financial close processes along with having great control around them. Her greatest passion is helping others, which makes this role at BlackLine a perfect fit.
Seth Lippincott, Research Analyst
Seth is a research analyst focusing on Enterprise Applications, Supply Chain Management, PaaS, and Security. Prior to joining Nucleus Research, he conducted research on supply chain resilience and business sustainability at the Institute for Business in the Global Context after receiving his Masters from the Fletcher School in May 2015. At Fletcher, Seth focused on international business and strategies for bringing innovative technologies to market. During his graduate studies, he worked as a research consultant on Big Data legal frameworks and go-to-market strategy for Hitachi in Tokyo. Before attending graduate school, Seth gained extensive experience in international litigation, economic policy, and labor law in Washington, D.C. and Boston. Seth has a BA in International Relations from Carleton College and an MA from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.
About the Moderator
Jess Bozzo, Content Manager, Argyle Executive Forum
Jess is the Content Manager for Argyle Executive Forum's growing CFO virtual division. In her current role, Jess is responsible for the creation and implementation of virtual event themes, overviews, and working with speakers and partners to create engaging and timely content. Prior to joining Argyle, Jess got her start in audience development and marketing with NewBay Media. A graduate of Gettysburg College, and a New Jersey native, Jess currently resides in Hoboken.