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Volatility in physician practice performance is an ever-present possibility in today’s uncertain healthcare environment. Practices’ long-term viability is threatened by several factors, including patient attitudes and behaviors, competition from innovative providers, fluctuations in labor and supply costs, and rising compensation rates required to attract and retain top clinicians.
Physician leaders and the health systems that employ them need access to objective, timely data to fully understand how their practices and individual physicians are faring relative to others in their market, across the region, and nationwide. This webinar will focus on how to use such data to assess physician enterprise performance, identify strengths and weaknesses and optimize opportunities for improvement.
In this high-energy educational webinar, national speaker and author Elizabeth Woodcock highlights the key changes in payment for medical practices in 2021.
2020 will clearly be one for the history books, but the coming year will usher in another set of challenges -- and opportunities. This fast-paced, content-rich webinar will give you the knowledge you need in the new year. From the fundamental changes to evaluation and management (E/M) coding -- to 2021 Medicare reimbursement, this session will get you prepared for 2021.
Join nationally recognized practice management expert Elizabeth Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC for the webinar; invest an hour of time with us to:
Identify future changes in telemedicine regulations and virtual care reimbursement
Overview the E/M documentation overhaul -- and other coding changes
Recognize the RVU update for 2021 - and how it may impact you
Ensure your practice workflow is accommodating new patient expectations-- and financial responsibility.
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