MGMA 2015 Financial Management and Payer Contracting Conference
Mar. 1-3, 2015 | Phoenix
You won't want to miss the MGMA 2015 Financial Management and Payer Contracting Conference. With new speakers and session formats, more case studies, new preconference offerings and much more, the 2015 conference offers a fresh, innovative learning experience and networking opportunity.
Build a foundation for success
Whether you're new to practice management or have been in the field for several years, building a solid financial foundation for your practice is essential. Financially stable practices require strong revenue cycle management, optimal physician compensation plans, effective contract analysis and negotiation and more. Today's healthcare landscape also requires that practice administrators understand and prepare for value-based payments.
Plan to join your peers to cover all this and more at the MGMA 2015 Financial Management and Payer Contracting Conference, March 1-3 in Phoenix.
Access conference handouts, attendee rosters, hotel maps and more.
View conference materials
Discover what the 2015 conference holds for you. View the conference preview webinar and hear from speakers Marcia Brauchler, Kenneth Hertz, Nate Moore and John Schmitt as they preview their sessions.
Who should attend
Conference attendees have a variety of job titles and are employed by practices and organizations representing numerous ownership structures. All attendees have responsibility and accountability for their organization's financial and payer contracting functions.
Attendee job titles include, but are not limited to, practice administrators, physician compensation managers, business intelligence managers, financial analysts, revenue cycle managers, payer contracting managers, billing managers, chief financial officers (CFOs), controllers, accountants, managed care/payer contracting professionals and other professionals reporting to CFOs.
Beyond Healthcare Reform to the Opportunities Ahead: From Policy to Purpose
Bruce Clark, PhD, cofounder, Age Wave LLC, Emeryville, Calif.
The ongoing healthcare reform debate has become a distraction for most businesses because it has been almost exclusively about policy. For all but a small number of strategists, this debate has been a lot of heat with very little light and largely irrelevant to 95% of healthcare entrepreneurs and professionals. We must focus on rethinking the purpose, objectives, outcomes and opportunities that will unfold in this new environment — regardless of how policy gets fine tuned.
Check out a video of Dr. Clark and connect with him on LinkedIn.
To view the full conference program, including speakers, session overviews and learning objectives, download the full conference brochure.
MGMA thanks our sponsors for enhancing the conference experience and supporting the medical practice management profession.