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Seven Steps to Stop Shrinking Reimbursement

Seven Steps to Stop Shrinking Reimbursement

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Judy Capko

Everyone is concerned about lower reimbursement that kills profitability, but what are you going to do about it? No longer can practices rely on the reimbursement that they've gotten in the past. And, you deserve to get paid fully for the good work you do. This audio conference will provide concrete actions to help physicians, administrators and office managers to better understand payer performance and identify the steps you can take to get paid for what you do. Once you understand payer performance and the reimbursement strategies you can put in place, stop shrinking reimbursement, improve practice finances, and get paid what you deserve.

Invest 90-minutes with us and Judy Capko, the practice management expert, who will describe the seven steps to stop shrinking reimbursements in your practice.

In Judy Capko's practical and no-nonsense manner, she will provide a practical roadmap and seven easy steps addressing the following items:

  • Learn the key indicators to assess payer performance
  • Learn HOW to analyze your economic needs-where to start
  • Assess whether your contract adjustments are reasonable
  • Do you know what it costs to see a patient?
  • How can you even tell if you are losing money?
  • And, practical strategies to improve reimbursement, of all types
  • Meet Our Expert Speaker: Judy Capko is the founder of Capko & Company. Judy has specialized in medical practice operations, marketing and risk management for more than 20 years. She is the author of the runaway best-seller, Secrets of the Best-Run Practices (2nd Edition) published by Greenbranch Publishing and Take Back Time: Bringing Time Management to Medicine.

    Judy's emphasis is on building patient-centered strategies and valuing the contribution of the staff. Beyond this, she focuses on maximizing resources, resulting in improved operational and financial performance. Hundreds of physicians and administrators have benefited from her advice and innovative, energetic approach to organizational management and strategic planning.

    Judy has gained national recognition in her field, working with both small and large practices, as well as major academic faculty practices from coast to coast. Judy is a popular speaker for major health care conferences, national specialty associations, health care systems, regional medical societies and health care executive summits. She has been interviewed by and authored hundreds of articles for over 30 prestigious national journals.

    Moderator: Nancy Collins, Publisher of The Journal of Medical Practice Management®