Upcoming Webinar – Stay Ahead of the Game: Proposed Medicare Changes for Outpatient Therapy

CMS recently published its proposed rule for 2020 and it’s safe to say the transition to value-based care is accelerating. Therapists who took part in MIPS in 2019 will be ahead of the pack – and providers who chose to sit on the sidelines need to get in the game and catch up to their peers.

Hear from the experts who were the first to describe the importance of MIPS and what the transition to value-based care means for rehab therapists. Join Clinicient’s Jerry Henderson and Keet Health’s Holly Taylor for this free webinar to learn the latest updates.

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WEBINAR: Stay Ahead of the Game: Proposed Changes for Outpatient Therapy

Join us: Tuesday, August 20th at 10:00 am – 11:00 am PST

Speakers: Holly Taylor and Jerry Henderson, PT

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • Medicare clearly states that MIPS is not the end game, but rather the first step in the transition to value-based care. What does this mean for rehab therapists and how can you prepare for these changes?
  • QCDRs are Medicare’s preferred method of submitting quality data and they are planning major changes to how these registries are implemented. How do you choose the right QCDR that can meet both current and future requirements?
  • How will Medicare’s plan to publish providers’ MIPS performance scores impact future opportunities for your practice?
  • What the MIPS Value Pathway means and how it will affect outpatient rehab.
  • What is the bonus (or penalty) potential for participation in 2020?
  • And much, much more.

Can’t make it? No worries. Register today and we will send you an on-demand recording after the webinar.




2 thoughts on “Upcoming Webinar – Stay Ahead of the Game: Proposed Medicare Changes for Outpatient Therapy

  1. My computer was blocked so I did not get at attend the whole webinar. Is there another one coming up or do you have handouts that can be sent to me. Thanks so much.

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