TOPIC DESCRIPTION:Discover how shifts in the health care landscape will impact your practice in 2017 - and beyond.
In this dynamic presentation, national speaker, trainer and author Elizabeth Woodcock gives you the lowdown on emerging trends that can pose both opportunities and threats to your practice in the coming year. You'll have a front row seat as Elizabeth shares today's hot button topics, such as the:
· Final Medicare reimbursement for 2017 - what specialties will feel pain, which ones gain
· Summary of the CPT® changes for 2017
· Massive revisions to coding and billing for care management services
· Payment cuts for the government's "voluntary" incentive programs, including the value-based payment modifier
· Compliance with the Merit-based Incentive Payment System in 2017
Are you ready for 2017?
You'll walk away from this webinar armed with information and knowledge to understand how your practice can weather the storms and take advantage of the opportunities in the coming year.
Presenter: Elizabeth Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC
Elizabeth Woodcock is a professional speaker, trainer and author specializing in medical practice management. Elizabeth has focused on medical practice operations and revenue cycle management for more than 20 years. Combining innovation and analysis to teach practice operations, she has delivered presentations at regional and national conferences to more than 200,000 physicians and managers. In addition to her popular email newsletters, she has authored 16 best-selling practice management books, and published dozens of articles in national healthcare management journals.
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