Las Vegas – As the medical practice industry grapples with new financial reporting regulations, the Medical Group Management Association will be hosting its 2017 Financial Management and Payer Contracting (FMPC) Conference, empowering medical practice professionals with the financial education that is essential for success in today’s shifting policy landscape.
The conference, which brings together medical practice management professionals from across the country, will focus on what’s needed in the transition to value-based healthcare and will highlight how practices can successfully manage risk and demonstrate the ability to reduce care costs while maintaining high-quality outcomes. The MGMA 2017 FMPC Conference will take place from Feb. 19-21 and will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“With all of the changes in the health care industry, medical practice managers need strategies to take their business operations to the next level and prepare for the future more than ever before,” said MGMA President and CEO Halee Fischer-Wright, MD, MMM, FAAP. “Our Financial Management and Payer Contracting Conference in Las Vegas will offer a variety of tools, cutting edge sessions, and skill building opportunities to prepare attendees for the changes to the ways they must calculate and report their finances and help them increase efficiency and productivity in their practices.”
This year the sessions will be geared around practical and solution-oriented case studies allowing for participants to hone in the skills learned with content areas in financial management and revenue cycle, payer contract analysis and negotiation, value-based payment methodologies, provider compensation, and business intelligence, including a highly anticipated session on Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). Attendees will also have the opportunity to interact and share contracting, reimbursement and risk-sharing challenges with other medical practice executives, chief financial officers, and financial management and payer contracting professionals.
For more information or to register for the MGMA 2017 Financial Management and Payer Contracting Conference, please click here. Registration is open through Feb. 16. There is an opportunity for continuing medical education credit for this conference. To register as press, please contact Robyn Shapiro at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-800-7407.