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AHIA 41st Annual Conference

Baker Tilly is a proud sponsor of the AHIA 41st Annual Conference!

Baker Tilly is excited to sponsor the Association of Healthcare Internal Auditors (AHIA) 41st Annual Conference, The heat is on in healthcare internal auditing. Join us, and the many other healthcare internal audit professionals, as we come together to share tools, knowledge and insight on how to assess and evaluate risk within the complex healthcare environment.

Join our sessions:

Internal audits of physician practice use of EPIC for charge capture

Sunday, Aug. 28, 2022
8 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET
Possible CPE: 4

Director Mike Brennan, CPA, and Senior Manager Eranda Sheperi, CPA, review how to conduct an efficient and effective internal audit of physician practice charge capture processes utilizing EPIC and define the EPIC workqueues and WebFOCUS reports that can be reviewed during an internal audit of a physician practice charge capture process. 

After attending this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the EPIC processes utilized in the physician practice charge capture process
  • Define the EPIC workqueues and WebFOCUS reports that can be reviewed during an internal audit of a physician practice charge capture process 
  • Conduct an internal audit of physician practice charge capture processes utilizing EPIC
Data analytics in internal audit: getting started and trends in implementation

Monday, Aug. 29, 2022
3:30 p.m. - 5:10 p.m. ET
Possible CPE: 2

Using data analytics can go a long way to help an audit function become more efficient, easily scalable and significantly reduce auditing errors, all while providing greater audit and fraud risk coverage. Beyond compliance and control efficiency, leading internal audit departments unlock significant value by adopting more sophisticated analytics in their internal audit function. Join Partner John Romano for a session exploring how to use data analytics to drive agility and value in internal audit.

After attending this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how data analytics can be used in internal audit, along with the benefits and challenges 
  • Identify how data analytics can be used to detect fraud and noncompliance 
  • Discuss case study examples in risk assessment, audit execution and reporting, and explain actions to take to incorporate data analytics into your internal audit organization 
  • Identify and recognize trends in data analytics and various levels of maturities in implementation within internal audit departments 

Connect with our team:

Michael Brennan, CPA
Eranda Sheperi, CPA
John Romano
Mark Laccetti, CPA, CGMA

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