NCMGMA-NCMSF August 15th Webinar: Transformation to Value-Based Payments Under the ACO Model

NCMGMA-NCMS Webinar Series

Transformation to Value-Based Payments Under the ACO Model

August 15, 2017 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Program

As the landscape of health care changes with the emphasis shifting onto the patient and improving overall community health, preparing for value-based payment models has become a priority for health care providers across the state of North Carolina. Lynn Barr, MPH, CEO of Caravan Health and Chief Transformation Officer of the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium (NRACC), will present on how to move your practice to the new reality of managing wellness and delivering value through operational improvements, staff development, community engagement, regional collaboration, and the effective utilization of data under the Accountable Care Organization model to improve MACRA performance.

Speaker

Lynn Barr, MPH
CEO, Caravan Health and Chief Transformation Officer, The National Rural Accountable Care Consortium (NRACC)
Lynn Barr is a recognized leader in the movement to transform and improve our nation’s health care systems. Lynn organized NRACC to overcome barriers for rural health providers so they could participate in innovative payment models under health care reform. Ms. Barr has lead the development and execution of nationwide programs that bring better care to patients and help health care providers’ achieve financial success. She is a frequent collaborator with government and national organizations looking to improve our health care systems.

Registration

This webinar is complimentary but space is limited so make sure to register early! After you register, you will receive an emailed confirmation with webinar and phone-in instructions.

Click here to register

Continuing education credit may be granted through your professional organization (MGMA, PAHCOM, AHIMA, etc.). Please self-submit for these organizations.

Questions

For questions or more information please contact the NC Medical Society offices at ncmsfoundation@ncmedsoc.org.

Top Five Things to Know About the M3 Conference

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The M3 – Merging Medicine and Management Conference – is just over a month away . If you haven’t registered yet for this unique gathering of physicians, physician assistants, practice administrators, and medical group managers, then consider these five facts about the conference to be held in Raleigh, September 14-16:

  1. The 11 general sessions feature noted national and local experts on everything from physician burnout to health care policy during the Trump administration. Review the agenda.
  2. The North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) and the North Carolina Medical Group Management Association (NCMGMA) will present their annual awards during the conference including the Administrator of the Year Award and the E. Harvey Estes Award. Be there to honor your colleagues.
  3. The M3 brings together a who’s who in the medical community, creating fertile ground for insightful discussions and networking with your peers from across the state.
  4. Enjoy great food and drink and ample opportunity to socialize with old and new friends.
  5. Register before Aug. 25 and save $50.

Get all the details and register today at this link.

Registration is Open for the 2017 NCMS-NCMGMA M3 Conference in Raleigh

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What Does the Future Hold for Health Care?
Find some answers at the 2017 M3 Conference

September 14-16, 2017
Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley, Raleigh, NC

The North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) and the North Carolina Medical Group Management Association (NCMGMA) are joining forces once again to present an array of educational, networking and social opportunities for their respective memberships.

What can you expect at this year’s M3 Conference?

  • Informative sessions led by health care leaders in North Carolina who are shaping policy, such as NC DHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, MD, MPH.
  • Insight into the latest legislative developments that could impact your practice, including a talk led by health policy expert Robert L. Laszewski on “U.S. Health Care Policy in the Trump Era.”
  • Strategies for success using alternate payment models, with talks on Friday and Saturday presented by the innovators leading the way such as Rebecca Onie, CEO of Health Leads.
  • Camaraderie with your colleagues – physicians, PAs, practice administrators and managers from throughout the state. Attend receptions offering good food and fun or mingle with your colleagues in the expansive Exhibit Hall.

Registration is now open.  For complete details including attendee and exhibitor fees, please visit the M3 Conference website here.

NCMGMA July 18th Webinar: 2017 Cybersecurity Update

NCMGMA-NCMS Webinar Series

Lunch & Learn Webinar Sponsored by Medical Mutual

2017 Cybersecurity Update:
How Does Your Practice Stack Up?

Tuesday, July 18th | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Managing Enterprise Security and Compliance can be overwhelming – how much security is enough or too much? What controls do you need? Ultimately, the organizations that have the most success at right-sizing their security environments are those that employ a systematic approach.

Join us on July 18th from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm as Sirius Computer Solutions’ Rob Hoisington presents one such approach – the NIST Cybersecurity Framework – in a way you may not have seen before. Rob will provide a 2017 security update for participants to see how their practice is stacking up against the latest security trends, and he will also present a great tool for communicating cybersecurity ideas and controls that is new to many – the NIST Cyber Defense Matrix.

Speaker

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Security Architect
Sirius Computer Solutions
Rob Hoisington is a Security Architect and member of the IT Consultant team for Sirius Computer Solutions. Robert holds a Masters of Science degree in Information Technology from University of Maryland University College and he is an alumnus of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point where he received a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science.

Rob has been with Sirius Computer Solutions for 5 years. During this time he has worked with clients in a wide variety of industries including banking, insurance, education, healthcare, manufacturing, distribution, and utilities – addressing a wide variety of security, regulatory and disaster mitigation challenges.

Prior to joining Sirius, Rob worked for the U.S. Army as a Signal Corps Officer where he was responsible for technical teams as well as security, networks and systems both in the U.S. and deployed overseas.

Registration

This webinar is complimentary for NCMGMA members and $50 for nonmembers. You must be registered to attend. Space is limited so register early. After you register, you will receive an emailed confirmation with webinar and phone-in instructions.

Click here to register

Continuing education credit may be granted through your professional organization (MGMA, PAHCOM, AHIMA, etc.). Please self-submit for these organizations.

Questions

If you have any questions, please contact us at 800-753-MGMA (6462) or 704-365-0565; or email us at info@ncmgm.org .

2017 Healthcare Management Symposium

2017 Healthcare Management Symposium

Thursday, August 17
8:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Harris Conference Center
3216 CPCC Harris Campus Drive
Charlotte, NC 28208

Presented by the Mecklenburg County Medical Society and the Charlotte Area Medical Group Management Association (CAMGMA). Membership is not required to register. Earn up to 6 hours of ACMPE Credits for attendance!

Schedule of Events

8:00 AM Legislative Updates that will Affect your Business from an HR Standpoint
Kenny Colbert, The Employers Association
9:00 AM Current Legislative Actions – the Effect on Health Care Delivery
Conor Brockett, North Carolina Medical Society
10:00 AM BREAK – Visit with our sponsors
10:30 AM Prepare for the Active Shooter – Would you Know what to do?
Lt. Michael Huber, CMPD, Active Survival Instructor
12:30 PM LUNCH – Visit with our Sponsors
1:30 PM Health Education Doesn’t Work – This does
Dr. Jeanine Joy
2:30 PM BCBS-NC — Let’s Talk Networks and Reimbursement
Susan K. Menendez, Director of Strategic Provider Relationships
Dayna Allmon, Manager of Strategic Provider Relationships

Registration

The cost to attend the 2017 Healthcare Management Symposium is $125 per person. To register, please use the printable registration form found at this link. The registration deadline is August 5th.

Questions

For questions please contact the Mecklenburg County Medical Society at 704-376-3688 or jotto@meckmed.org.

M3 Attendee Registration Opens Soon

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September 14-16, 2017
Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley, Raleigh, NC

What is M3?

The North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) and the North Carolina Medical Group Management Association (NCMGMA) have joined forces to offer the educational conference of the year, focusing on practice improvement, leadership in health care and personal development. Presented by leading experts and industry professionals, the hand-selected educational sessions will help you understand and implement new payment and practice models, sharpen your leadership and management skills, adapt to changing technology and keep your practice ahead of the curve in the ever-changing world of health care.

Highlights

  • Three consecutive days of relevant, cutting-edge educational sessions;
  • Social events and networking opportunities;
  • Engaging speakers and informative sessions on the most timely health care issues;
  • Poster competition for medical students and residents;
  • Exhibit Hall with health care vendor products and services.

Attendees

Attendees of the M3 Conference include: Physicians, Physician assistants, Other allied professionals, Medical practice managers, Medical office staff, Physician group administrators, CEOs, CMOs, Residents, and Medical Students.

Attendee registration opens soon
For more information, please visit the M3 Conference website here.

NCMGMA-NCMSF June 20th Webinar

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How to Get the Best Out of Your Team
and Lead Effectively

June 20, 2017 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Program

Kristina Natt och Dag, PhD, VP of Leadership Development and Executive Director of the Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership, and Erin Grover, Program Manager of Leadership Development with the Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership, will present on the importance of understanding how interpersonal relationships and behaviors impact collaboration, they’ll address the key components to effective leadership, and discuss how to develop individual roles to achieve the highest potential from each team member.

Speakers

Kristina Natt och Dag, PhD, Executive Director
Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership
Kristina Natt och Dag has a PhD in Education Research and Policy Analysis from NC State University. She has a Master’s Degree in Human Rights from Lund’s University in Lund, Sweden. She works in the field of training and development in the corporate and non-profit sectors, with a focus on leadership development. In April of 2014, she joined the NCMS Foundation in the capacity of Director of the Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership.

Erin Grover, Project Manager
Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership
Erin Grover is a native of Apex, NC, and as a graduate of Meredith College holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. In her current role, she works in close collaboration with the director of the KIPL, handling various aspects of the leadership development programs.

Registration

This webinar is complimentary but space is limited so make sure to register early! After you register, you will receive an emailed confirmation with webinar and phone-in instructions.
Click here to register
Continuing education credit may be granted through your professional organization (MGMA, PAHCOM, AHIMA, etc.). Please self-submit for these organizations.

Questions

For questions or more information please contact the NC Medical Society offices at ncmsfoundation@ncmedsoc.org.