• Billable prevention services
• Patient attribution
• How to improve quality and pre-visit planning
• How to decrease health disparities
• How to streamline practice workflow
• How to close care gaps through pre-visit planning
A key component of the program is to identify a Care Coordinator who monitors noncompliant patients – patients who have missed tests, whose test results are out of range, who are at high-risk of hospitalization and those with care gaps. By having a dedicated Care Coordinator, the physician(s) and eligible professionals are freed to do what they do best – care for patients.
Guest Speaker, Ms. Robin Moody, Executive Director of the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium (NRACC) answers Members’ questions regarding the Practice Transformation Network (PTN).
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Many physicians do not have the time or resources to address the CMS Quality Payment Program, including the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). It is often overwhelming, and with no one to guide you, difficult to know where to start. ACOFP and the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium are proud to bring you a no-cost, grant-funded solution.
The Practice Transformation Network concentrates on giving you and your staff new skills to build your practice while learning how to create new revenue streams, build care coordination as a core strength, leverage closing care gaps as a way to gain incentives, utilize population health to improve quality, and much more. View the slide set to learn more about the Practice Transformation Network.