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Tennessee Trains on Tuesday - Making Sense of MACRA in 2018

  • 16 Jan 2018
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2114419522174445570

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Summary:  

During this webinar we will begin by discussing the proposed rule for 2018, reviewing all eligible clinicians and discussing at length the best ways to increase incentive payments. We will then discuss the different ways to report which quality measures are the easiest to achieve and the best practice for each category of MIPS. Finally, we will review an action plan which targets both small and large practice clinicians. We will plan to leave time for a healthy question and answer session, as most clinicians and practices have been reporting in 2017, it’s imperative that any questions be answered to insure a great start in the first quarter of 2018.

Program Content: MACRA/MIPS

Learning Objectives:

  • List MACRA/MIPS Fundamentals and All Eligible Clinicians
  • List Best Practices in Reporting All Categories
  • List ways to achieve the highest incentive payments

Take Away:  

MACRA incentive payments range from -4% all the way up to a potential 12%, this is all dependent on how much is reported and via which method.  It is most important that practices and clinicians are reporting to their highest potential. An efficient action plan is the best line of defense, examining this for each practice within the first quarter of the year is imperative to stay on track throughout 2018. 

Program Level: Basic

Prerequisite: None

Advanced Preparation: None

CPE Credits: 1.0

NASBA Subject Area: Specialized Knowledge


Speaker Information:

Danielle Tribout, CPC, CPMA, CEMC

Bio:  Danielle Tribout is a coding and compliance consultant with Kraft Healthcare Consulting, LLC (KHC), an affiliate of KraftCPAs PLLC. In this role, she consults with healthcare providers regarding billing and coding compliance and performs coding and documentation audits. Prior to joining KHC, Danielle founded a healthcare consulting company in Illinois; she served as the CEO and an auditor for six years. Additionally, Danielle has five years of experience in various healthcare positions, including roles in clinical patient care, billing and coding. Her thorough understanding of the healthcare environment and coding guidelines further enhances KHC's clinical documentation service offerings.

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