Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Thursday, June 27, 2019
| 7:30 AM||Registration and Breakfast with your Local Chapter and Exhibitors|
| 8:30 AM|| Welcome |
| 9:00 AM|| Rolling the Dice: Change Your strategy, Change Your Results!, Jim Mathis, IPCS, CPS, MDiv.|
| 10:30 AM||Refresher and Network with the Exhibitors|
| 11:00 AM|
| 12:00 PM||Lunch|
| 1:00 PM|| Midday Business Meeting, Kim Shufelt, CMPE|
| 1:15 PM|| Play the Hand You’re Dealt: Managing Your Staff to Achieve Their Best Results, Jim Mathis, IPCS, CPS, MDiv. |
| 2:15 PM||Refresher and Network with the Exhibitors|
| 2:30 PM|
| 3:30 PM|| Refresher and Exhibitor Door Prizes|
| 4:00 PM|
A. ACMPE Certification, Amy LaGrange, FACMPE, Theresa Hepp, FACMPE
| 5:00 PM||Day 1 Sessions Adjourns|
|5:30 - 7:30 PM||High Rollers Networking Reception|
High Rollers Networking Reception
Join us as we eat, drink and network with friends and colleagues at the VIP Mezzanine.
This reception will feature beer, wine and heavy hors d’oeuvres. Also experience a Signature Drink developed just for medical practice leaders.
If you would like to bring a guest to a reception, please click here to register them.
Friday, June 28, 2019
| 7:30 AM||Breakfast|
| 8:00 AM|| Practice Leaders Roundtables|
| 9:15 AM||Washington Update, Joseph Lazar, JD|
| 10:30 AM||Refresher|
| 10:45 AM|| Don't Roll Snake Eyes When it Comes to Employee Experience, Amy Lafko, MSPT, MBA|
| 11:45 AM|| Conference Wrap-up|
| 12:00 PM|| Conference Adjourns|
Every medical group manager can reinvent their practices and procedures. This is a personally challenging and value-changing presentation that makes reinvention easy. Change is happening: Just as the Kindle has changed publishing, WebMD is changing patient interaction, Netflix is changing home movie rental, and the iPod changed personal music! With the sweeping changes coming out of our nation’s capital, changes are coming to health care in ways we have never prepared for. Our business is even more determined by the need or want that is satisfied when the patient “values” our medical services. Answer questions and hear stories about companies and organizations who reinvented themselves to meet the challenges of medical practice today.
Key questions/talking points:
1. What is “KINDLING” our practice?
2. How can we LEAD in our market?
3. Where can we easily find MORE patients?
4. Do we hire personnel based on RESPONSIBILITY, or AUTHORITY?
5. What is KINDLING the way we manage our practice?
How participants benefit from this presentation...
• Discover the realities about your medical group practice that you can’t see on your own
• Develop a market-oriented environment that brings you closer to your consumer
• Start focusing on what your patients and the doctors value most
• Respond to a saturated marketplace to be unique to patients
• Alleviate the “dinosaurs” and waste in your business
Employment Law - Current Hot Topics and Risks to Your Practice
Medical practices, just like other employers, can face serious consequences for violations of Federal and State employment laws. This program will help attendees understand risk areas and avoid potential liability, and specifically focus on the following topics:
Play the Hand You’re Dealt: Managing Your Staff to Achieve Their Best Results
Position People to Excel
Every manager can manage different people reducing turnover and personal leadership stress. How do you lead various personalities in a changing environment? Are you communicating with everyone in their strengths? A humorous, entertaining and interactive exchange about positioning individuals to bring out their best performance. Attendees will explore essential tools for managing, leading & retention of good workers, improved communication and reduced conflict. Everyone can motivate different types of people delivered in a “Dr. Phil meets Jeff Foxworthy” style of presentation.
What’s in it for you? Better results with less stress.
The “Patient Experience” is an emerging area of importance in healthcare and is defined by the Beryl Institute as “the sum of all interactions, shaped by an organization’s culture, that influence patient perceptions, across the continuum of care”. Ranging from small changes to systemwide initiatives, Terri will share what we can do as healthcare leaders to improve the patient experience and keep our employees, providers, and our patients and their families engaged to increase patient loyalty, secure reimbursement, and continuously improve the patient experience.
This presentation will lay out a framework for how providers can take control in value-based care. We will cover how to best bridge the financial gap with added VBC payments, forcing insurers to fit objectives into YOUR workflow, and leveraging the right tools to enhance capabilities.
Listen to your colleagues, experts in their fields, present brief, focused, 8-minute presentations. Following the presentations, join a presenter and your colleagues to discuss challenges and brainstorm solutions at our interactive roundtables. Review takeaways and discuss plans for implementation in your practice.
Topics Include: ADA Compliant Websites, Cost Savings Through Compliance, and more.
MGMA Washington Update
This update will provide timely information on the status of pertinent healthcare issues under consideration by Congress and federal regulatory agencies. Attendees will learn about recent legislative and regulatory developments affecting medical groups, gain a deeper understanding of these changes and their impact on the day-to-day activities of medical group practices, and be directed to clarifying resources. Specific topics include implementation details for the Medicare Quality Payment Program, as well as payment policy changes finalized under the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, among a host of other timely issues.
Don't Roll Snake Eyes When it Comes to Employee Experience
While the demand for quality healthcare workers is increasing, the shortage of these people is also growing. How do you combat this while improving the bottom line, outcomes and patient satisfaction? This interactive session explores your role as an organization and as a leader during each phase of the employee lifecycle. There is a clear path to extending the lifecycle of the great people on your team. Drawing on personal experiences while working in a medical group practice as well as years assisting other organizations, Amy Lafko will help you establish the path to success.
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