Adapting Hospital Employed and Private Practice Compensation Models for Clinical Integration

Coker Group is working with MentorHealth to present a webinar on July 25, 2017, at 1:00pm EDT. This webinar, titled “Adapting Hospital Employed and Private Practice Compensation Models for Clinical Integration” will be led by Justin Chamblee, CPA, Senior Vice President. Details for this session are below and you can click here for pricing information and to register.

Overview: Physician compensation is changing as rapidly as the reimbursement environment, with practically all hospitals and medical practices asking questions surrounding “what should we change” and “when should we change”, along with many other questions. The challenges faced by both hospitals and private groups are real, with different approaches to address each. However, in the midst of the challenges are incredibly opportunities to further link the method by which physicians are compensation more solidly into the mission of the respective organization. This presentation will highlight the key challenges and then provide practice insights into how to adapt both hospital employed and private practice compensation models to the new realities of medicine today. Further, it will include examples/case studies of how groups are handling these challenges.

Why should you Attend: The challenges faced by both hospitals and private groups are real, with different approaches to address each. However, in the midst of the challenges are incredibly opportunities to further link the method by which physicians are compensation more solidly into the mission of the respective organization. This presentation will highlight the key challenges and then provide practice insights into how to adapt both hospital employed and private practice compensation models to the new realities of medicine today.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Identify the challenges that clinical integration and new reimbursement schemes pose to physician compensation
  • Educate on opportunities that exist to modify compensation plans, with specific case studies as to how others are approaching these changes
  • Provide practice insights into the steps necessary to make the required modifications
By |June 22nd, 2017