New Medicare Merit-Based Incentive Payment System: Navigating Changes Under MACRA
Overcoming Challenges in Transforming Payment and Care Delivery Models
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance to healthcare counsel on the new Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and the challenges presented by the significant change in the Medicare payment model. The panel will also offers strategies to prepare for the fast-approaching system change.
- Changes in payment/reimbursement models under MACRA
- Challenges posted by the new models
- What healthcare providers and their counsel need to do to be ready for the new system
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- Who does MIPS apply to and what factors impact a physician’s MIPS score?
- What does MIPS offer over the Alternative Payment Models?
- What changes will providers need to have in place in order to be ready to meet the performance and reporting obligations?
Bruce A. Johnson
Mr. Johnson counsel clients on crosscutting legal requirements in the health care arena, including Stark self-referral,... | Read More
Mr. Johnson counsel clients on crosscutting legal requirements in the health care arena, including Stark self-referral, fraud and abuse, Medicare reimbursement, tax-exempt organization, antitrust, corporate and other laws. He advises clients, including hospitals, medical groups, academic practice plans and other health care enterprises, on legal compliance in today’s changing payment and delivery environments. He has served as the lead author of multiple books, including Physician Compensation Plans: State of the Art Strategies. He has also authored more than 100 articles on health care legal and operational topics.Close
Neal D. Shah
Katten Muchin Rosenman
Mr. Shah concentrates his practice on corporate and regulatory matters impacting health care clients. He began his... | Read More
Mr. Shah concentrates his practice on corporate and regulatory matters impacting health care clients. He began his legal career at the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), where he contributed to multiple major federal health care initiatives including resolving health care non-compliance issues under the Stark Law Self-Disclosure Protocol, establishing fraud and abuse rules for innovative health care entities like Accountable Care Organizations, and implementing private insurance market reforms under the Affordable Care Act. While at CMS, he worked closely with state governments and a number of other federal agencies, including the Department of Justice, US Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General, Federal Trade Commission and Internal Revenue Service. Previously, he was a strategic planning analyst for Sinai Health System, a major safety net system in Chicago, Illinois.Close