2018 is the second year of the government’s Quality Payment Program, yet confusion reigns. Is your orthopaedic practice ready for this phase? Millions of dollars of incentive funds are available to physicians and other eligible clinicians for “exceptional” performance – and even more in penalties is at stake for lack of performance.
Professional services reimbursement expert Elizabeth Woodcock gives you the skinny on what the second year of the program will entail – and how your orthopaedic practice can prepare, guiding you through the important information you must know.
Elizabeth Woodcock is a speaker, trainer and author who is passionately dedicated to helping physician practices achieve and sustain patient satisfaction, practice efficiency, and profitability. An expert at practice operations and revenue cycle management, she is nationally recognized for her outstanding presentations and writings aimed at improving the business of medicine. Her education and expertise, combined with her humor and an engaging delivery, make her popular with physicians and administrators alike.
With rich experience in consulting, training, and industry research, Elizabeth has led educational sessions for the nation's most prominent healthcare professional associations, specialty societies, and medical societies. In addition to presenting at conferences, she contributes to internal training for physician practices and health systems across the country.
Unparalleled in her contribution to industry publications, Elizabeth has authored or co-authored 16 books. She is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives, and a Certified Professional Coder. She holds her undergraduate degree from Duke University and her graduate degree from the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania.