Featured Expert: Ryan Champlin, vice president, Cook Children’s Health Services, Inc.
The Patient-Centered Medical Home: Getting (and Getting Paid for!) True Care Coordination
Is your primary care practice ready for the transition to outcomes-based care and reimbursement models? To avoid later cash flow and operational disruptions, it is important to put the right systems in place now to stay ahead of the care coordination curve. Dr. Wymyslo discusses how small independent practices can prepare to hop aboard the payment reform train with proactive planning for essential care coordination elements. This videocast reviews:
- Systems needed to track information to better manage the health of your patient population
- Implications for Meaningful Use reporting and reimbursement
- Achieving PCMH services in a small practice
- Potential reimbursement benefits of care coordinated models such as shared savings between payers and clinicians, blended reimbursement, and other models.