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4 Steps to Position your Spine Program for the Future - MACRA, MIPS & Alternative Payment Models (APMs)

With the passing of The Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) and the release of the proposed regulation implementing MACRA’s Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and advanced Alternative Payment Model (APM) incentives, there will be some pretty drastic changes facing reimbursement. With a focus on value based care, quality measures are taking a front seat in the upcoming years.

Join us as we take a deep dive into the future and uncover how and more importantly, why you should start reporting today.

Objectives Include:

  • What is MACRA and who is affected?
  • What is MIPS and who is affected?
  • How do these changes affect a spine center or spine physicians?
  • The overall INTENT of the changes, the effect on physicians and hospitals
  • Does your future strategy align to this intent
  • The possible steps to prepare in 2017
  • What are the consequences if you do nothing in 2017 to prepare?

Bob Reznik, MBA

President, Prizm Development

Prizm Development, Inc., was founded in 1995 by Bob Reznik, who holds an MBA specialized in healthcare and quality management systems. Reznik has authored four books on healthcare subjects and is a nationally recognized expert and speaker on center of excellence development. He was chosen by the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), World Research Group, the International Spinal Intervention Society (ISIS), Becker's ASC Conferences, and many other groups as a speaker on center of excellence development. Prizm and its center of excellence approach to spine has been widely copied by other consulting companies over the past 20 years. Reznik and Prizm has been cited as a trend leader in the textbook, Redefining Healthcare, which examines those entities that are leading the evolution of healthcare in the United States.