Follow these top strategies to ensure high performance on quality measures that will pay off for your practice

Physicians and NPPs in the medical practice setting, listen up — this applies to you! Just when you thought quality reporting couldn’t be more complicated, CMS has kicked it up a notch. Under the value-based modifier (VBM) program, an intensified version of PQRS, your practice will face up to a 6% pay cut in 2018 or a 4% payment boost dependent upon your 2016 PQRS reporting and a slew of specific cost measures Medicare will analyze. Perform well — get the incentive. Underperform — be penalized.  It’s up to you.

Register today for in-depth guidance, expert tips and strategies to improve your VBM reporting now to receive that reward and avoid that penalty, which is guaranteed to negatively impact your bottom line. After just 60 minutes with seasoned expert Jeanne Chamberlin you will:

2016 is already here and your reporting is already affecting your future bottom line. Let us show you how to master VBM and PQRS reporting and get the money you deserve. Sign up for this can’t-miss webinar so that you can save 2018 reimbursement before it’s too late!

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Your Expert Presenter

Jeanne J. ChamberlinJeanne J. Chamberlin, MA, FACMPE

Jeanne Chamberlin’s expertise stems from more than 25 years in business planning, process/system improvement and finance for health care provider organizations. She has worked with small physician group practices, academic faculty practice plans, hospitals and health care systems. By developing financial and operating indicators, Jeanne has helped practices identify improvement opportunities while building more effective partnerships between clinicians and administrative staff. Her work in developing and implementing a productivity-based compensation plan for 25 primary care providers in eight practices resulted in both improved physician retention and a 20% decrease in financial loss. Jeanne is a fellow in the American College of Medial Practice Executives and has served as president of Triangle Medical Managers. She earned her MA in Public Policy at Duke University and her BA in sociology from Beloit College.