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The 3 C’s You Need to Maximize Your Value-Based Payment

HealthCore Value Advisors was formed in response to healthcare’s move to value-based care. As a lawyer and healthcare consultant, I specialize in risk management and corporate compliance.

This week I’ve been featured on Primaris QualityToday blog in a three-part blog series on the value-based payment modifier. Today’s topic is “The 3 C’s You Need to Maximize […]

July 24th, 2015|

Maximize Your Value-Based Payment Modifier

Do you know how to maximize your value-based payment modifier?

Preparing for and maximizing value-based payment is a topic I speak about often – most recently at a MGMA conference. This week I’m featured on the Primaris QualityToday Blog with my thoughts on what’s to come with the Value-Based Payment Modifier and how providers can improve […]

July 23rd, 2015|

PQRS in 2015: 3 Ways to Prepare

I’m pleased to be featured on the Primaris QualityToday blog this week for a three-part series examining the Value-Based Payment Modifier and the importance of participating in Physician Quality Reporting System program.

In today’s post – PQRS in 2015: 3 Ways to Prepare – I detail the changes taking place with the Physician Quality Reporting System […]

July 20th, 2015|

One-Day Workshops Now Available

Lack of security risk documentation is the leading cause of failed Meaningful Use (MU) audits, and providers are being required to return meaningful use payments as a result.

Inadequate security risk analysis can also put your practice at risk of exposing patient information. In fact, the Office of Civil Rights has an entire “Wall of Shame” […]

July 19th, 2015|

One-Day Workshop – 10 Critical Elements for Conducting an Audit-Proof Security Risk Analysis

Lack of security risk documentation is the leading cause of failed Meaningful Use (MU) audits, and providers are being required to return meaningful use payments as a result.

Inadequate security risk analysis can also put your practice at risk of exposing patient information. In fact, the Office of Civil Rights has an entire “Wall of Shame” […]

July 9th, 2014|