Pain Medicine Practice Management: Knowledge for Practice Efficiency, Growth, Economic Viability, and Compliance (215)

In this practical session participants will learn about highly relevant ongoing changes in the practice of pain medicine with regards to practice mergers, compliance and regulatory issues. Topics discussed will also include how to enhance practice operational performance through benchmarking and continuous quality improvement.

Updates on Coding and Compliance

Kevin Vorenkamp

Methods to Achieve Economically Viable, High-Quality Pain Programs

David Provenzano

Enhancing Practice Efficiency Using Process, Technology, and People

Kayode Williams

Developing Novel Academic Coordinated Care Pain Programs

Marie Hanna

Learning Objectives:

  • Review pain medicine coding changes and discuss existing errors in coding compliance.
  • Define integrated care networks and evaluate the role of physician-owned practices in the drive toward integrated health delivery care.
  • Review key metrics to benchmark practice and how to detect inefficiencies in workflow and methods to improve clinical flow.