Member Spotlight - Ivan Nedovba
Rogers Behavior Health
Tell us a little about yourself?
Ivan is the Director of Revenue Cycle Optimization for Rogers Behavior Health. He provides unmatched solutions to the process optimization and information systems management for sustainable revenue cycle improvement. His process design optimized performance and delivered a predictable outcome with an annual 10 percent cash gain, while increasing patient and staff satisfaction. He previously worked as a consultant for large HIT company, implementing revenue cycle enterprise IT systems. Prior to working in the healthcare industry he was a master data coordinator for Target Canada, which marked the largest-ever single year of store openings.
What are 3 words to describe your company?
What does a typical day look like for you?
I specialize in revenue cycle optimization. My typical days consist of Cerner revenue cycle enterprise architecture, process development, cash flow optimization, and management of PFS & Revenue Cycle teams.
What is on your wish list for the next 10 years?
I currently hold 5 certifications including HFMA's CSBI and CRCR. My goal for this summer is to complete Certified Specialist in Managed Care amd Project Management Professional (PMP). In addition, I am a full time MBA student and plan to complete my degree by March 2018.
My goals before I turn 30 are: complete MBA degree, PMP certification, Green Belt and Black Belt Lean Six Sigma certification, HFMA Fellow & Certified Healthcare Financial Professional (CHFP), develop financial strategy for a health system and bet industry KPI.
If you were stuck on an island what three things would you bring?
- Gun for hunting & security
- Pot for cooking
- A laptop/pen&paper to document my experiences
Any random facts you could share with us?
English is my 3rd language and I learned it less than 10 years ago.
I graduated from University of Minnesota and I absolutely love MN & WI.
I am a social bug who loves to meet new people and volunteer
You’re happiest when?
I am busy working and achieving "impossible" results
Why did you join HFMA Wisconsin?
I would love to meet fellow HFMA colleagues in the area and help organizations in need.
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