Topic: Practice Management

HCCs and Your Bottom Line: Think DRGs All Over Again

Risk-adjusted reimbursement is an integral part of value-based reimbursement and other financial models. Physicians need to understand the impact to their practice for choosing to ignore these new models or choosing to go through a process of change. Todd Husty DO will provide real world insight into over coding and under coding and show the … Read More


You Wrote What? Documenting with the Patient in Mind

Physician notes are easier to access due to advances in electronic health records and meaningful use requirements. Since patients have the right to view their medical records, how should this affect a physician’s documentation? Dr. Michael Brown will show how he has been using an open notes system successfully for the last several years and … Read More


Demystifying Productivity Compensation

More physician employment offers include productivity compensation, but many doctors still hesitate to embrace these arrangements. This webinar will explore how rejecting productivity compensation can result in lower physician pay, how to project whether productivity terms will be achievable, and key questions to ask prospective employers about their productivity compensation plans.


CMS updates for 2020

In this live webinar, CMS representative Barbara Connors, DO, will cover information from the final rule and other CMS updates that will impact your practice starting in January 2020.


Defending Recoupments, Repayment Demands and SIU Audits

Join panelist Thomas Force, JD, in this live webinar as he provides information on the different types of audits and auditors; practical steps to minimize the impact of an audit; and effectively using the appeals process available in the event of an unfavorable audit. This webinar will: Discuss various types of recoupment and payor audits … Read More


Drafting Effective Appeals

The medical appeal process provides an opportunity to challenge a decision you perceive as inaccurate, unfair, harsh or discriminatory. The appeals process is also the mechanism for health plans to review denials in accordance with their medical policy guidelines. Most practices can write appeal letters to dispute a rejected claim, however to write an effective … Read More


Top 3 Critical Contract Landmines Every Employed Physician Should Know

The professional landscape for physicians is changing rapidly nationwide as health care continues to transform under the influence of corporatized healthcare, leading to more physicians employed with a company. In this live webinar, learn how to overcome the challenges of transitioning from private practice into employed models and how to build stable practices in this … Read More


Improving Workflow

In this live webinar, you will learn how to optimize your workflow, prevent bottlenecks for smooth patient flow and create an enjoyable work environment for you and your staff while also providing the best care for your patients, increasing revenue and improving efficiency.