Getting Paid in 2016: Business Trends
Key Business Changes Impacting Private Practices in 2016
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Wednesday December 2nd at 12:00PM Eastern | 9:00AM Pacific
The business of medicine is changing quickly. Government and commercial payers know that we're paying more for healthcare and we're getting worse results. Patients know it too. The role of independent practices, their reimbursement models, and how they care for patients are all changing as a result.

In this webinar we'll talk about some of these changes, how they're impacting independent physicians, and what’s coming in the future.

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Join John—and you’re sure to be enlightened!
John Lynn is the Editor and Founder of the nationally renowned blog network HealthcareScene.com. John also co-founded two companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com. Plus, John is the Founder of 10 other blogs including the Pure TV Network and Vegas Startups. John’s 25+ blogs have published over 15,000 blog posts, garnered over 30 million views and had over 122,000 comments. John is highly involved in social media, and in addition to his blogs can be found on Twitter: @techguy and @ehrandhit and LinkedIn.
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About the Speaker
Join renowned blogger John Lynn to hear about coming changes in the business of healthcare, including:
  1. Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)
  2. Value Based Reimbursement from Government and Insurance Payers
  3. The Increase in High Deductible Plans
  4. The Wave of Government Penalties for Non-EHR Use