Emmy Clancy is a practice management and revenue cycle management expert who understands how operations impact both revenue and risk. She has over 20 years of experience in revitalizing and restructuring operations in healthcare, payer, hospital, single-specialty, and multi-specialty physician practice settings. She helped to develop and lead ICD-10 transition activities with Humana as well as with several provider organizations. She is a national speaker and an adjunct professor with the UCSD Extension Program for courses on coding and compliance issues.

Passionate about healthcare, Ms. Clancy provides relevant and current instruction in a flexible and down-to-earth manner. Her expertise includes both revenue cycle management and practice administration. Having led start-ups for new practices and new lines of business, she focuses on regulatory requirements, process development, benchmarking, and education with all team members to meet enterprise goals and maximize revenue-making opportunities. Her expertise and experience enable her to progress strategic initiatives by aligning both the operational and revenue cycle requirements.

Emmy received a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Southern Indiana and is a certified medical practice executive through MGMA, certified professional coder, outpatient documentation expert and coding auditor through the AAPC, a certified (facility/inpatient) coding specialist, and an ICD-10 trainer and Ambassador through AHIMA for both facility and physician coding. She is active in national and state chapters for MGMA, AHIMA, and AAPC, a member of the Renal Physicians Association and its Practice Management Committee, and is the founder and past president for the Madisonville, Kentucky Codeminers Chapter of the AAPC.