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Physician Compensation: Design a Plan that Responds to Integration and Alignment

Physician Compensation: Design a Plan that Responds to Integration and Alignment

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Aimee Greeter, MPH - The Coker Group

Clinical integration is gaining tremendous popularity in the wake of a changing healthcare environment. Unlike the 1990's, when alignment was almost exclusively focused on employment, there are now myriad models of integration, many of which stop short of full employment. This includes more limited forms of integration, which begin to form an alignment between physicians and a health system, to full forms of alignment, including professional services agreements and employment.

Tune in to get the inside scoop on the latest trends in physician compensation --especially the plans and models that respond to the move to integration and alignment. Coker Group is known for their expertise in the area of physician compensation, and these new emerging models are ones that physicians, practice executives and business managers need to understand. In 90-minutes, Aimee Greeter, from the Financial Advisory Services division within Coker Group, will get you up-to-speed.

Behavioral Objectives:
  • Review the compensation models most commonly utilized in limited, moderate and full alignment models
  • Examine the current trends in physician-hospital alignment and how to blend new methods and incentives within your organization's existing model
  • Explore how integration, quality measures, and non-productivity metrics affect physician compensation
  • Understand how Accountable Care Organizations may affect compensation models in the future
  • Meet Our Expert Speaker:

    Aimee Greeter, MPH, is a Manager in the Financial Advisory Services division within Coker Group. Ms. Greeter engages in consulting projects with physicians and health systems nationwide with a particular focus on strategic planning, compensation, mergers and collaborations, operational issues, and financial management.

    Ms. Greeter has extensive experience in areas such as valuations, physician/hospital alignment, mergers and acquisitions, pro formas, hospital turn-around initiatives, service line analyses, and staffing/productivity benchmarking and analyses. Her diverse background in laboratory research, pharmaceuticals, and education enables her to deliver practical solutions to meet current and future challenges and to assist clients in achieving maximum financial and operational results.

    Ms. Greeter, a thought leader in the business of healthcare, writes and contributes to a number of articles and books. Recent publications include Valuing, Selling, and Closing the Medical Practice , Starting, Buying and Owning the Medical Practice, Reimbursement Management: Improving the Success and Profitability of Your Practice , and Financial Management of the Medical Practice, Third Edition.

    Ms. Greeter is an honors graduate of Michigan State University and has a Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy and Management from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University.

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