Accountable care made big strides this year, and TMA has set the stage for members to get ahead of the curve while demystifying the paradigm shift. Applications are now open for TMA's 2017 Accountable Care Leadership Program. Participants will earn more than 95 hours of continuing medical education.
The makes it easier for physicians to succeed under future accountable care regulations. Past participants describe it as "the clearest information I've ever received on MACRA and MIPS" with "great insight into where health care is headed and how it will likely get there."
Over the course of 10 months, program participants learn about risk-based payment initiatives, clinic-based balanced scorecards, and the development of accountable care organizations (ACOs) and patient-centered medical homes. Strategies for effective negotiation, conflict management, and stakeholder reliance are also part of the curriculum.
ACOs across the nation have brought in more than $1.2 billion in Medicaid savings since 2012. Learn how you can add on to these savings and influence how value based care will affect your practice and your patients by joining TMA's Accountable Care Leadership Program.
Apply early as the 2017 leadership class will be limited to 30 participants. The application deadline is Jan. 6. For complete coursework details, program requirements, and participation fees, visit the TMA website.
Action, Dec. 1, 2016
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May 01, 2019