Bruce Hallowell is a Senior Managing Director in the Health Solutions segment. He has over 40 years of experience in healthcare revenue cycle management, patient access, medical records, revenue strategies, and patient accounts. He has significant management experience in system strategies, system implementations and extensive experience in pre-registration, insurance verification/authorization, registration, billing and collections.
Mr. Hallowell is a nationally recognized reference for all aspects of the revenue cycle operations and the establishment of Central Business Offices. He has designed and implemented systems and processes to maximize Revenue Cycle benefits and has held the title of Vice President of Revenue Cycle for three large IDN’s and was the Practice Unit leader for the Revenue Cycle and Finance Practice.
As a seasoned industry expert for the Healthcare Sector, Mr. Hallowell has significant management experience in system strategies in pre-registration, insurance verification/authorization, registration, billing and collections. Along with this experience, Mr. Hallowell is known as a national Fraud and Abuse expert in the Health Plan Market and is also a national reference of all aspects of the revenue cycle operations and establishment of Central Business Offices.
Mr. Hallowell serves as a contact as it relates to reimbursement issues for health plans as it relates to payment methodologies and fraud and abuse. He has also designed and implemented systems and process to maximize the benefits with the provider and payor markets. He also served as the Compliance Officer for a fortune 100 company in the Healthcare division and has been on the compliance committee for hospitals around governmental compliance issues.
Mr. Hallowell graduated Magna Cum Laude with an M.B.A. from Tampa College. He received his B.H.S. from Florida Atlantic University. He was also honored by Barry University with an Honorary Master’s in Social Work.
Mr. Hallowell has published numerous thought leadership pieces for Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) that covered topics such as: Tips on Transforming an Organization; Patient Accounting Automation; Patient Accounting Motivation; Patient Accounting and CQI; Patient Accounting and Insurance Follow-up; Patient Accounting and 39 A/R days; Professionalism in the Revenue Cycle; and The New New Thing.