In light of a recent regulatory policy to accelerate the shift toward value-based payments, we want to tell you about one physician advocacy organization’s effort to highlight best practices for succeeding in alternative payment models (APM).
CAPG, a physician group that advocates for patient-centered, coordinated and accountable care, is hosting a year-long program that offers two one-day symposiums and quarterly Webinars. The CAPG Educational Series Webinars are complimentary and the symposiums are $200 for non-CAPG organizational members.
Topics will range from the elements of care coordination to a “deep dive” into risk adjustment and population health management. Physicians, clinicians and other quality partners will gain hands-on knowledge from industry leaders in their transition to a risk-sharing environment.
CAPG’s April Symposium: How to Thrive in Risk-based Coordinated Care will take place in Chicago on April 22. Consider registering today to learn from experts in the field who successfully transitioned to an APM.
Shireesha Jevaji is the Senior Public Policy and Communications Specialist at NCQA and has been with the organization since 2012. She supports NCQA’s external communications for the consumer audience and public and private stakeholders. She also conducts data analysis for infographic and publication production and measures outreach impact. Shireesha is currently working towards her MPH in Public Health Communication and Marketing at the George Washington University.