Healthcare has seen its share of disruption and MACRA (the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act) is yet another cause for confusion. This landmark legislation changes how Medicare pays physicians who provide care to Medicare beneficiaries by scoring the physicians on the quality of care they provide.
This change has the potential to significantly impact your organizations revenue if you do not have the processes, procedures and systems in place. This new regulatory environment could ultimately result in physician and patient loss.
Questions that you should be able to answer now include:
- Are we ready for the new performance reporting that begins on Jan. 1, 2017?
- Which payment option is the best fit for our organization?
- Do we understand both the upside payment gain and downside penalty impacts?
- Do we have the right people, technologies, and processes in place to be prepared for MACRA?
During this webinar, we will help you to better understand what you need to be doing today to get your organization ready for MACRA. We will help you position your organization for success in this value-driven healthcare environment.
Learn more about the value-based care readiness series
To shift strategies toward value-based care requires careful research and planning, if properly executed, the long run advantages are: financial stability, positive relationships with physicians, advanced information systems, and (often) favorable affiliations with health plans. Before healthcare organizations can move to value-based payment and reduce costs, they must develop new organizational competencies and nurture cultural change from within.
Other topics in our value-based care readiness webinar series
- Preparing your healthcare organization for value-based care
- How to elevate your payer relationships via value-based care
- Successfully manage bundled payment arrangements
- Are you ready for bundled payments
- How to track your progress in attaining value-based care readiness | Nov. 29
- Effective value-based care transformation | Jan. 17