CCM, TCM, Quality: Pulling It All Together

CCM,  TCM,  Quality:  Pulling It All Together
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CCM,  TCM,  Quality: Pulling it all Together
Led by Jean Ann Hartzell Minzey, Healthcare Education Strategies, Inc. 

OVERVIEW
CMS data show that many hospitals will be penalized this year for readmissions as well as performance against other quality metrics. Care coordination as a focus can benefit from:  Transitional Care Management (TCM) codes as well as Chronic Care Management (CCM) codes which have been created to improve care coordination and provide better incentives to ensure patients are seen in a physician's office, rather than be at risk for readmission. CMS' adoption of these codes is part of a broader multi-year strategy to recognize and support primary care and care management. CMS is rewarding providers who continue to treat their recipients in a quality based cost effective manner.
Questions have been asked: Is it worth it?  Providers who are providing these services and using the codes say……. YES!

TARGET AUDIENCE
The presentation is especially helpful for:  
• COOs, CFOs, CMOs
• Quality Directors, Case/Care Management
• Hospital Clinical Leadership
• Primary Care Providers, Practice Managers
• Staff Business Office Staff, Coding, Billing and Claims Transaction Staff
• Patient Financial Management Personnel, Financial Analysts
• HIM Directors/Managers, and Compliance Officers

OBJECTIVES
1. Explain the new TCM and CCM codes CMS created to improve care coordination.
2. Discuss the process and compliance standards for new CMS codes.
3. Understand how TCM and CCM intertwine into the other CMS quality initiatives, i.e. MIPS, MACRA, PQRS.
4. Understand the importance for reporting correct Date of Service (DOS) and Place of Service (POS).
5. Discuss incident-to billing.
6. Determine how services are provided in Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs).
7. Review the data and resources available for chronic conditions.
8. Understand overlap with commercial payors and Medicare Advantage plans. 

REGISTRATION DETAILS 
$175 - MHA Member
$350 - All Others
When
8/31/2017 9:00 AM - 8/31/2017 4:00 PM
Where
116 Woodgreen Crossing
Madison, MS 39110 United States

Program


Thursday, 31 August 2017

 
8/31/2017
Time
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
8/31/2017 9:00 AM
Time
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
8/31/2017 9:00 AM

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