The Proposed Future of Healthcare: Insights from the 2024 CMS Proposed Rule
Discover the future of healthcare as we discuss the recently released 2024 CMS Proposed rule. In this 30-minute on-demand webinar, industry experts will dissect the proposed changes, providing insights on how these changes could reshape the healthcare landscape. You’ll learn:
Intricate details of the proposed rule
Analysis of its effects on reimbursement models
Insights into the expansion of telehealth
Impact on the new Community Health Initiative
Changes to Principal Illness Navigation codes
E/M (Evaluation and Management) updates
Plus, our panel of professionals will provide actionable guidance to navigate potential challenges and seize new opportunities, as well as strategies for adapting to the evolving regulatory environment. Whether you're a healthcare executive, provider, payer, or technology innovator, this webinar will equip you with the knowledge to ensure you're prepared for the changes on the horizon.
Please note: this webinar has not been approved for AAPC CEUs.
Stephani has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry working closely with physicians and staff in Health Information Management. She has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals, long-term care, large multi-specialty physician practice, and EHR software design and development. Scott was a part owner of a consulting company for many years providing services in best practices for physician practice management services including coding and documentation audits, compliance, and revenue cycle management. She has extensive experience in inpatient and outpatient auditing and coding compliance. Throughout her career, Scott has enjoyed teaching E/M coding, compliance, and EMR utilization to many physicians and staff locally and nationally.
Lori has 20 years of experience working in the business side of medicine. She began her career in patient accounts and then moved into billing and coding for a multi-specialty clinic. She was eventually promoted to billing supervisor and then to compliance officer, where she wrote, maintained, and trained employees and providers on fraud and abuse. In 2015, Cox received her MBA from Quincy University in Quincy, Ill. She has traveled the country educating coders and physicians on complex coding topics such as hem/onc and E/M guidelines. Cox is the member relations officer for AAPC's National Advisory Board, an active member of her AAPC local chapter, and regional director for AAPC Services.