MGMA 2016 Financial Management and Payer Contracting Conference

Feb. 28–March 1, 2016 | Orlando, Fla.

ENHANCE YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND IMPROVE PRACTICE PERFORMANCE

Financially stable practices require continued strong revenue-cycle management, optimal physician compensation plans, effective contract analysis and negotiation, and more.

Who doesn’t worry about:

  • Selecting the right medical billing company
  • Successful payer contracting to safeguard long-term financial stability
  • Denials and billing errors
  • Improving the patient payment and revenue cycle, and more

Attend this year’s conference and learn what your peers are doing about it, what to ask, what to look for and gather important tips that will help you negotiate more advantageous contracts and run your practice more effectively.

Interact and share contracting, reimbursement and risk-sharing challenges with other medical practice executives, chief financial officers, and financial management and payer contracting professionals at MGMA's 2016 Financial Management and Payer Contracting Conference (FMPC).

Together, you’ll learn:

  • Best practices for collecting payment at time of service
  • How to use data to improve practice performance
  • Business implications for value-based contracts
  • New techniques and strategies for improving performance 
  • The latest physician-compensation planning trends
     

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KEYNOTE SESSION

Scott Christopher

The Levity Effect: It Pays to Lighten Up

A best-selling author, work culture expert and humorist, Mr. Christopher uses his unforgettable messages and off-the-cuff humor to illustrate firsthand how levity, humor and becoming a “people person” enriches lives both at work and at home. He will show you how the three levity pillars of Latitude, Attitude and Gratitude accelerate employee commitment and engagement faster than any other leadership value.

CONCURRENT SESSION HIGHLIGHTS

Patrick Hammond

Keys to Negotiating a Successful Commercial Shared Savings Agreement

The detailed definition of some key contractual terms can determine if your organization will be financially successful under a population management agreement. Mr. Hammond, chief executive officer of Emory Healthcare, Atlanta, Ga., will show you how these terms will impact your opportunity for shared savings revenue.


Marcia Brauchler

Head's Up! What to Watch Out for from Payers

Learn how to successfully secure rate increases for your practice. Ms. Brauchler will walk you through the negotiation process and help you take advantage of the leverage you may not even know that you have.

 

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SAVE TIME AND MONEY WITH THE RIGHT VENDOR SOLUTIONS

Discover cutting-edge, innovative solutions for revenue-cycle management, payer contracting/negotiations, patient billing, appraisal/valuation, practice management systems and more. 

Plus, gather valuable information from industry experts. 


HOTEL INFORMATION

Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress
1 Grand Cypress Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32836
407.239.1234

 

Located one mile from Walt Disney World® Resort, the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress is a 1,500-acre paradise. You’ll be delighted with the diverse dining options and exclusive amenities including a private lake, lagoon-style pool, golf, tennis and miles of tropical nature trails for bicycling and jogging. Make time to enjoy the 21-acre lake by paddleboat, kayak or sailboat, or fish for largemouth bass and bluegill from a Keys-style flat boat. A beautiful 1,000-foot white-sand beach also awaits.

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SPONSORS

MGMA thanks our sponsors for enhancing the conference experience and supporting the medical practice management profession.

     

 

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Conference brochure

Download the FMPC16 brochure to get the full list of exciting sessions.

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Preconference programs

Extend your learning with a specialized preconference program.

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DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT…

“I learned many valuable tips I can use to negotiate better with my payers. I think if managers go back to their office and apply many of the tips discussed in this conference, they will see improvement in their bottom-line.”

Sharon Cannon, Women’s Group of Franklin, Franklin, Tenn.