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2015 AAP annual meeting program

Creating the Future of Academic Physiatry Through Mentorship, Leadership & Discovery
March 10-14, 2015
Grand Hyatt San Antonio

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Program Directors: Diane Braza, MD; Matthew Huish, MBA
Target Audience: Department Chairs and Administrative / Finance Directors
Educational Level: Advanced
Educational Method: Lecture, Forum; Panel Discussion

Description: With government payers moving toward value purchasing, provider payment (reimbursement) models will be based on achieving predetermined quality metrics, meaningful use measures, and HCAHPS / CGAHPS scores. Accordingly, many departments are considering putting at “risk” a percentage of the providers salary by aligning such to achieving the mandated benchmark targets. Most current compensation models have been primarily based upon clinical productivity. Aligning provider compensation to quality, clinical and academic mission targets is challenging. Variables affecting provider reimbursement, tools to measure productivity and financial models to address this gap and implementation strategies will be discussed. Chairs are interested in also addressing incentives for Providers to be productive not only in the clinical mission, but in the research, teaching and service/citizenship missions of AMCs. All of this needs to be considered in Provider compensation going forward.

Wednesday, March 11, 2014

 

Dinner

6:30 – 7:30 pm

Chair Council Dinner
Administrative Directors Council Dinner

 

Business Meeting

7:30 – 8:00 pm

Chair Council Business Meeting

 

Program

8:00 – 8:30 pm

New Realities of Physician Compensation Models: Incentive and / or Withholds Around Quality, Clinical, and Academic Mission Targets

Janis Orlowski, MD, MACP, Chief Operating Officer. Chief Medical Officer, MedStar Washington Hospital Center

  1. Identify elements of future Physician Compensation Models.
  2. Review the results of a “survey” that we plan to send out to all PM&R Departments prior to the AAP Annual Meeting so that all attendees will have comparative data and information to benchmark their departments to.
  3. Identify all benchmarks that will affect Provider compensation by the Payer industry (private and public)
8:30 – 9:15 pm

Physician Compensation Plan / Model Cases Studies

  1. Provide descriptions / details of various Physician Compensation Models in practice around the country.
  2. Explore incentive plans or withholds based on business indexes (Access, Patient Satisfaction), Quality (infections, falls, communications, pain control, readmissions, etc.) and Academic Mission (research, teaching, and service / citizenship)

9:15 – 10:00 pm

Panel Q & A and Group Discussion

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