Please join GE Healthcare Camden Group for a complimentary, 60-minute webinar, Chart Your Course for MACRA Success, on Thursday, October 20, 2016, at 12:00 P.M., ET.
In April 2015, the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 ("MACRA") was passed, ending the Sustainable Growth Rate ("SGR") formula for determining Medicare payments for healthcare providers’ services. MACRA is intended to accelerate moving care delivery toward quality and value-based reimbursement models through the new Merit-Based Incentive Payment System ("MIPS") and incentive payments for participation in certain Alternative Payment Models ("APMs").
This law has a strict timeline to implement strategy to maximize possible incentive payments, improve care delivery and design, and successfully achieve efficiencies improving cost and quality that will go into effect 2019 based on the 2017 performance reporting period. While the final details of the incentives for the new payment models will not be defined until CMS publishes the final rule in November 2016, there are several things you can begin doing to determine optimum strategy and prepare for 2017.
In this complimentary webinar, members of the GE Healthcare Camden Group consulting team will deliver an overview of the legislative details of the new payment reform law and the implications of MACRA. They will also provide the necessary tools to successfully navigate through the next phase of participation for the Quality Payment Program, MIPS, and APMs.
Thursday, October 20, 12:00 P.M., Eastern
- Learn the timing and timeline for MACRA implementation
- Review the two tracks for participation, APMs and MIPs
- Examine the incentives and penalties associated with MACRA
- Gain insight on MIPs Composite Score:
- Understand what it will take to be successful under MACRA
- Master the steps to take to begin the path to APMs
GE Healthcare Camden Group Presenters:
Sabrina Burnett, Vice President
Ms. Burnett is a vice president with GE Healthcare Camden Group. With more than 20 years of professional experience, Ms. Burnett delivers a wealth of skilled leadership in health management processes and solutions-based planning and execution. She has in-depth knowledge of the post-acute industry and a thorough understanding of the healthcare market, payer reimbursement methodologies, including managed care requirements and strategies, and knowledge of relevant state and federal regulations and actions. Ms. Burnett is recognized for her expertise in contract negotiations, solutions-based planning.
Cami Hawkins, Manager
Ms. Hawkins is a manager with GE Healthcare Camden Group and has more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare provider sector as a management consultant. She specializes in the areas of practice operations, contract negotiations, benefits administration, reimbursement management, and market development. Ms. Hawkins assists a wide range of provider organizations, healthcare systems, and independent and employed physician groups with addressing issues impacting their overall performance and competitive positioning. Her key areas of expertise include strategic planning, population health strategy.
Lucy Zielinski, Vice President
Ms. Zielinski is a vice president with GE Healthcare Camden Group. With over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry, she specializes in helping private and hospital-owned medical groups achieve top financial and operational performance. Such optimization is achieved through physician-hospital alignment—including clinically-integrated networks, strategic planning, practice transformation, coding and revenue cycle improvement, physician compensation plan design, and health information technology, and data analytics optimization.
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