Recorded Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Health reform changed the landscape for Stark compliant compensation in groups. Claims submitted by non-compliant groups are now subject to whistleblower complaints of false claims. There are many myths about the requirements as they pertain to profit sharing, productivity bonuses and incident-to billing. This teleconference will explain the rules, debunk the myths and offer new information about how leading edge groups are increasingly moving to make their internal compensation models consistent with external demands for improved quality and value. Health systems and hospitals which now employ large numbers of physicians should pay particular attention to these issues.

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This focused, one hour teleconference will offer 45 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes of Q & A addressing:

  • How the Stark definition of a group practice matters and when it doesn't
  • Understanding productivity versus profit sharing
  • Incident-to versus shared visits: what's the difference?
  • Myths debunked
  • The hospital employment wrinkles
  • What leading edge organizations are doing
  • Lessons learned

Comments from the teleconference The Physician Compensation Challenge
"Very crisp and clear with good examples." "Excellent." "Great program -- good value."