Register for the webinar held on June 29, 2022. This webinar is eligible for ACMPE and CEU credit.
Team-based approaches to hospitalized patient care delivery between physicians and advanced practice providers (APPs) has grown. Historically, these split or shared services could be captured by physicians and reimbursed accordingly. In 2023, however, CMS’ first update to the nearly two-decade-old split/shared rule will signify a substantial shift toward APP billing for split/shared services, forcing medical groups and healthcare systems to understand and operationalize the change while minimizing financial and cultural impacts. This session will provide expert insight into the elements of CMS’ 2023 split/shared rule and identify how those elements will affect reimbursement, influence previously established clinical workflows and potentially change team dynamics. Attendees will learn about institutional policy, documentation, payer enrollment, privileging and compensation considerations, as well as actionable next steps your medical group can take to smooth the transition and promote rule compliance.
This 60-minute webinar will provide you with the knowledge to:
- Explain the 2023 CMS split/shared rule
- Discuss the potential financial impacts of the updated rule
- Describe strategies to successfully operationalize changes in your practice
Continuing Education Information
: Self-paced Study | Internet Enduring Activity Material
: Intermediate - Education that builds on a basic curriculum, designed to improve your ability to analyze and apply skills learned to a topic or knowledge area.
: A basic understanding of the topic or knowledge area.
: 60 minutes
: If you wish to claim continuing education credit, you must attend the live webinar or if you watch the recording, respond to the integrated polls in order to meet the interactivity requirement required by accrediting organizations.
Official Continuing Education Statements and Availability
- ACMPE, medical practice administrators in certification and Fellowship through ACMPE
- CEU, generic continuing education credit
American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE)
This program is approved for ACMPE continuing education hours. A cumulative total of 50 ACMPE continuing education credit hours is among the requirements for attaining the Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) credential. To maintain CMPE or Fellow status, you must earn 50 hours of qualifying credit hours every three years, of which 30 hours must come from MGMA national, state or local offerings, including 12 from a live learning event.
about the ACMPE certification program.
One ACMPE credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational content, rounded down to the nearest 0.25.
Continuing Education Units (CEU)
A certificate of attendance will be provided to healthcare professionals requesting generic CEUs for professional development, certifications through other professional associations or specialty societies.
One generic CEU credit is earned for every 60 minutes of educational content, rounded down to the nearest 0.25.
Disclosure of conflict of interest
MGMA requires instructors, planners, managers and other individuals who are in the position to control the content of this activity to disclosure any real or apparent conflicts of interact (COI) they may have as related to the content of this activity. All identified COI’s are thoroughly vetted and resolved according to MGMA policy. The existence or absence of COI for everyone in a position to control content will be disclosed to participates prior to the start of each activity.
Amanda Rumpke, MSN, APRN-CNP, CCRN
System Director, Advanced Practice Clinicians, Bon Secours Mercy Health
Amanda Rumpke serves as the System Director of Advanced Practice Clinicians for Bon Secours Mercy Health, one of the nation’s largest Catholic healthcare systems, based out of Cincinnati, Ohio. She has supported advanced practice nurses in a wide variety of leadership roles through her nearly 20-year career. An acute-care nurse practitioner by training, Amanda continues to care for patients with pulmonary disease. Additionally, Amanda advocates for advanced practice nurses as the Southwest Ohio Co-Director of the Ohio Association of Advanced Practice Nurses.
Amanda has spoken to a variety of audiences on a range of topics including nursing leadership, advanced practice workforce utilization, advanced practice law, billing and advanced practice clinical quality.
This webinar consisted of a 60-minute presentation, interactive polls and a question-and-answer session.
You will receive informational emails with log-in instructions, handout materials and the recording.