As we move away from the fee-for-service model of healthcare reimbursement, providers are urged to change the way they bill for care. Although a seemingly costly transition, plagued with increased administrative burdens and costs, the shift toward value-based care, if done correctly, will greatly benefit your practice and improve your financial earnings in the long run.
This webinar will cover:
It's important to know what programs are available for your medical practice, and the possible penalties associated with them. We offer tips on how you can successfully stay up to date and in the know.
Understand value-based payment programs and the timeline proposed by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for transitioning providers toward a quality over quantity approach.
Moving toward a value-based methodology has proven to be burdensome. With the shift, practices face small group discrimination, escalating administrative loads and costly technology requirements.
Ultimately, the higher your quality score, the more money you earn. Learn what value means in the realm of value-based care and understand quality care metrics associated with it.
Super groups build on the Independent Practice Association (IPA) model to offer independent physicians collective bargaining with payers, as well as operational services and on-site support.
Super groups are staffed to provide comprehensive administrative support, giving your practice the resources it needs to thrive in today's environment, especially with rising costs associated with the CMS Final Rule.
David Moye leads the Intermedix Office-Based Physician Services. Before joining Intermedix, David held executive and operational positions at Alliance Imaging, United Healthcare and Coastal Physician Group. David earned his bachelor's degree in philosophy and holds a master's degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.