November 30, 2017 at 2:00 PM ET – Executive Web Briefing Sponsored By The Echo Group
Presented By: Suki Norris, Senior Knowledge Engineer, The Echo Group
Understanding the difference between “pay-for-performance” versus “pay for reporting,” and the difference between “prospective payment” versus “capitation” can be difficult. To be successful, organizations need to have a firm grasp of these concepts in addition to an understanding of the upcoming changes and challenges for health care billing in 2018. Many of these changes and challenges will involve a greater understanding of specific reimbursement methodologies based not only on the services provided, but also the related clinical outcomes. Most of these outcomes will affect one’s ability to be reimbursed for services rendered and care provided.
The Echo Group’s Senior Knowledge Engineer, Suki Norris, reviewed her list of the top reimbursement issues coming in 2018, and identified the relevance of each for specific types of behavioral health organizations. During this executive web briefing The Echo Group shared with attendees how to identify and define the market changes that are occurring, ways for prioritizing these changes by relevance to their organization, how to define and capture quality measures within their organization, and an understanding how claims data and clinical data are used to determine the quality of the services provided.
View this executive web briefing recording, presented by Suki Norris, Senior Knowledge Engineer at The Echo Group, to learn about the upcoming reimbursement issues in 2018 to make sure your organization is prepared to identify opportunities and understands how to track data and measures.