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Would you rather get paid up to $137 for $100 dollars of Medicare services or $91 for that same $100 of Services? That is the bottom line implication of the Medicare Merit-Based Incentive System (MIPS). MIPS dramatically affects your Medicare payments and your other payer relationships and can help you generate additional revenue through the Chronic Care Management service codes. This presentation will provide a unified strategy to maximize your MIPS reimbursements and establish a new revenue source in chronic care management.
MIPS requires new strategies and tactics for inpatient patient service, performance management, and business analytics. Achieving the highest reimbursement will require strategic changes to your operations and forward thinking about patient care and services. Also, MIPS driven changes provide a unique opportunity to support chronically ill patients and generate incremental chronic care management revenue.
Anyone involved with or interested in Medicare reimbursement, including but not limited to: CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CNOs, Chief Medical Officers, Compliance Officers, CMS Liaisons, TJC Liaisons, and Medicare providers.
Ronald B. Sterling, CPA, MBA, a HIMSS Book of the Year award-winning author, has written 8 books on healthcare information technology. His latest book, Non-Fee-for-Service Revenue Cycle Management, guides practices and healthcare organizations on the strategies and tactics to address the Medicare Merit-Based Incentive Payment System.
Ron is a nationally recognized thought leader on the selection and implementation of electronic health record (EHR) and practice management systems. He is an independent consultant and has worked with a wide array of clinics, healthcare organizations and vendors across the country. Ron has written hundreds of articles on healthcare information technology and serves on the Medscape Business of Medicine Advisory Board.