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Actionable Health Equity: Enhancing Provider Partnerships & CMS Integration


Watch this engaging webinar led by experts on CMS's role in advancing health equity through payment systems. Gain valuable insights into recognizing program deficiencies and implementing strategies to build a robust infrastructure, fostering stronger provider partnerships and facilitating your transition to value-based care. Key areas of focus include:  

  • Risk adjustment  

  • Screening tools  

  • Data inconsistency  

  • Reporting  

  • Quality stratification   

  • Recognizing disparities and social needs  

  • Evaluating performance in CMMI models  

  • Promoting the creation of care plans and referrals to address social determinants of health 

Who should watch? This webinar is tailored for healthcare leaders, including HIM Directors, Operations and Practice Managers, Compliance Officers, and Revenue Cycle Directors.  

Please note: This presentation has NOT been approved for any CEUs.

Presented by

Kelly Shew

Kelly made the switch to healthcare about 13 years ago. Since then, she’s spent some time billing, coding, and auditing, but her happiest places are in education and risk adjustment. Shew is a member of the AAPC Documentation Advisory Committee and has served as the education officer and vice president for the Ann Arbor, Mich., local chapter.

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Melissa Kirshner

Melissa has been involved in the healthcare industry for over 30 years and has experience in billing, coding, auditing, education, practice management, and risk adjustment. She served as a founding member of the Novi, Michigan local chapter and currently serves as the chapter’s president. Kirchner is a passionate educator for both the AAPC Live Virtual Instructor team and her private CPC® students, and she serves as chairperson of the AAPC Documentation Advisory Committee.

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