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GI Outlook 2014

                                              
 
go image 2Don’t miss this opportunity to hear first-hand from experts in the field of GI Practice Management and prepare yourself for the coming changes affecting your practice.

From the center of our nation’s capital in Washington, DC, the GI Outlook 2014 Conference (GO 2014) will address topics for individuals involved with managing solo, small and large GI practices. The GO 2014 Conference will offer practical advice and how-to’s needed to prepare for the sea change facing the GI field. The Conference will provide the tools needed to enhance practice efficiency, performance, competitiveness and quality of care. 

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COURSE DIRECTORS

Frank J. Chapman, MBA
Chief Operating Officer
Ohio Gastroenterology Group
Columbus, OH

Michael J. Goldberg, MD, MBA, AGAF, FASGE
Clinical Professor of Medicine
Pritzker School of Medicine
North Shore University Health System
Evanston, IL

James S. Leavitt, MD
President
Gastro Health
Miami, FL

 


 During the conference, GO 2014 faculty will discuss the most pressing topics affecting GI practices in the coming years, including:
  
 
  • Reimbursement
  • Compliance
  • Population management
  • Aggregation
  • Accountability
  • Cost
  • Performance measurement
  • Practice consolidation
  • Technology

Participants will be provided with real-life case studies on how GI practices are effectively developing strategies to successfully manage the sea change facing GI.  Participants will leave this conference armed with the necessary tools to implement these changes in their practice. 

Go image1Target Audience 

This course is designed for individuals involved with managing GI practice, including gastroenterologists, nurse managers and practice administrators.

 

Learning Objectives     

Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss upcoming health care reform and regulatory compliance provisions and how they may affect their practice operations and patient access.
  • Apply information learned from case studies to team approaches, staff management, and strategic planning in the office and ASC setting.
  • Improve practice efficiency and service quality.
  • Utilize positioning and negotiating strategies vis-à-vis integrated health systems and payers
  • Optimize coding and billing in their practice.
  • Improve their return on the use of technology and social media on patient engagement. Identify practice efficiencies in the office and ASC settings. 
  • Assess market opportunities for new programs  

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Take a look at what GO 2013 participants had to say about the conference! 

 

 

  • "I was really interested in the opportunities to create physician dashboards (monthly/quarterly) and achieve more transparency on our quality metrics and benchmarking." - GI Outlook 2013 attendee 
  • “Reviews of the overall economic factors affecting healthcare gave great perspective.”  - GI Outlook 2013 attendee 
  • “Very thorough array of topics - in depth knowledge being presented. Vendors were interesting also. Very timely in a rapidly changing environment.” - GI Outlook 2013 
  • “Encapsulating what I need to be doing and a great "up-to-date" snapshot of what GI practices are doing to meet today's regulatory demands. " - GI Outlook 2013 attendee 
  • “The speakers are referring to real world issues.… They are in the trenches and have "skin in it"- rather than a consultant who speaks in general terms -- much more useful, at least to me!”  - GI Outlook 2013 attendee 
  • “The variation of topics is perfect for administrators and MDs who run practices. “  - GI Outlook 2013 attendee