Bruce Adler brings over 30 years of experience in Revenue Cycle Management operational performance improvement. In this role, Bruce is responsible for leading revenue cycle consulting projects from operational assessments to complete organizational and process improvement transformations. Bruce served as the engagement leader helping a major Northeastern Health System develop a revenue cycle “road map” and implement recommendations leading to performance excellence in all areas of the revenue cycle. The focus included access care performance improvement through the development of a shared service model supporting business services. The transformation included process redesign, organizational change, and improved technology utilization. Adler developed and has implemented an industry cutting edge program to support EMTALA compliant point-of-service collections in the Emergency Room.
He formerly served as National Practice Leader for Revenue Cycle Management at Weiser Mazars LLP. While there, he developed revised access care models, implemented point-of-service collection programs, chaired denial mitigation workgroups, and performed complete revenue cycle transformation projects. He was also a principal at KPMG leading the Northeast Revenue Cycle Practice, as well as national responsibility for revenue cycle management methodology and engagement services.
Adler received his Bachelor of Arts in Social and Behavioral Science from Ohio State University and his Master of Business Administration, Finance from Hofstra University. He spent more than a decade in the Finance and Revenue Cycle Departments of major hospitals including Gracie Square Hospital, Montefiore Medical Center, and Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.