During this session, the presenter will discuss what is specifically needed to support a given level in the orthopaedic specialty. Orthopaedic specific examples will be provided that are specific to what is seen on a daily basis in an orthopaedic office.
The science is in--research shows engaged employees are far more productive than disengaged ones. Yet, many leaders struggle to get their teams committed to new processes requiring change, often placing blame on the employees. During this interactive presentation, Dr. Anderson will share insights described in his book, Embracing Rebellion, so you can clearly see how to get your workforce engaged and propel the organization to the top of your industry.
This presentation reviews top trends in healthcare technologies and addresses how to leverage current and emerging technologies to improve patient care while increasing clinical and business office efficiencies.
The speaker will discuss material that will give your practice an advantageous insight for your digital marketing plan. Having a plan that includes the emerging technology methods and proven consumer marketing principles will assist any practice to increase their marketshare.
Healthcare law is complicated but it doesn’t have to be a mystery. This three-part course covers the latest in the laws governing our healthcare system with special emphasis on the physician self-referral law, or Stark. These courses offer plain English explanations of: the Antikickback statute, “incident-to” billing, the two midnight rule, per-click arrangements, HIPAA, Stark, and more!
This three-part course includes the following sessions:
Health Law 101: Complicated Health Laws Made Understandable
Introduction to the Stark Law Podcast
Stark 101: Impact on your Compensation Formula and Hospital Relationships
As reimbursement continues to decrease and regulatory constraints increase, practices are forced to find ways to enhance operations while maintaining excellence in care. On top of that, billing limitations specific to outpatient therapy have made it difficult to increase productivity in order to offset declining revenues. The recent shift to value-based reimbursement means that clinics must evaluate their current practices and institute effective strategies to meet the new demands. In order to achieve this, the practice must understand its current operations and create tools and instruments that monitor progress toward goals, as well provide feedback to therapists on clinical and operational benchmarks.