Primary Care Maximizing Revenue Education Symposium
April 5 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm UTC-6
Primary Care Maximizing Revenue Education Symposium, Provided by THN Population Health
Did you know that within THN, the doctors bill on a TCM codes about 10% of the time after a hospital discharge? However, more than 70% of the discharged patients are seen within two weeks of discharge and billed an E&M code. This means that the Primary Care Practices are leaving at least $200,000.00 on the table for work that they are already doing!
This knowledge-based Symposium is designed to provide physicians, nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals working with primary care offices the knowledge, understanding and sample workflows to maximize revenues for a range of services. Educational objectives will be met through didactic presentations and hands-on demonstrations with ample time for questions and answers, as well as informal exchange. This symposium will focus on the needs of the Primary Care Physicians and will provide primary care offices with the knowledge, understanding and sample workflows to maximize revenues for a range of services. Many practices see the challenges in billing certain codes as insurmountable— but in reality they are not impossible.
Practices must start by considering their goals and evaluating existing resources. Next, take a step back to better understand patient demographics, and which group(s) can benefit most from additional care. In most cases the highest risk patients offer the highest value proposition for improving outcomes. Then, begin developing a strategy for addressing patient needs in a way that best aligns to your business goals, delivering a significant positive impact for patients. These steps will help drive revenue needed to extend population health initiatives across your practice.
Key learning topics include: Transitional Care Management Billing (TCM) and Chronic Care Management (CCM) Billing. Subject matter experts will provide information on why TCM and CCM are beneficial; as well as sharing how their practice has made it work.
Attendees will participate in panel discussions on the following topics: Annual Wellness Visits, Health Coaches, Advance Care Planning, Pharmacy, Behavioral Health, and Diabetic Management.
Triad HealthCare Network Population Health wants to ensure that primary care practices have tools that will improve patient care, patient satisfaction, and increase revenue. Vendors will be on site to discuss how their products can help drive revenue. A cocktail reception will conclude the symposium.
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