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How will your practice or healthcare organization deal with the billing and collection issues associated with non-Fee for Service (non-FFS) situations such as Shared Savings, Performance and Quality Incentives, Care Management, and Case Payments?
Earning revenue, triggering billing, and analyzing performance dramatically differs from the traditional fee-for-service revenue model. During this webinar, attendees will learn the specific challenges of earning revenue under these new arrangements as well as issues associated with tracking non-FFS performance.
Our expert will explain key issues and challenges of meeting and tracking the increasing revenue stream from non-FFS that will be distorted and/or uncontrollable under the traditional FFS focused revenue cycle management tactic. Specific recommendations will include repurposing FFS features as well as working around the limitations of Practice Management Systems to keep track of and manage your clinical business.
|- Describe how revenue is earned under non-Fee for Service models.|
|- Detail the billing and collections issues and policy challenges.|
|- Evaluate the reporting and analytics strategies to track non-FFS performance.|
|- Present strategies using traditional medical billing tools to address non-FFS models.|
Ron is a HIMSS Book of the Year award-winning author and has written 8 books on healthcare information technology. His latest book, Medicare Payment Changes and Opportunities, guides practices and healthcare organizations on the strategies and tactics to address the Medicare Sustainable Growth Rate Repeal.
Ron is a nationally recognized thought leader on the selection and implementation of electronic health record and practice management systems. Ron has written hundreds of articles on healthcare information technology, is an independent consultant and has worked with a wide array of clinics, healthcare organizations and vendors across the country.
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