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Rural and Small Practices Receive Free Consultingon Maximizing CMS Payments
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Rural, solo and small practices often struggle completing CMS Quality Requirements because they lack the time and resources, which causes them to lose money.

Recognizing this spiral, the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium is offering up-to-date tools that ensure those practices aren’t leaving money on the table.

“By signing up for this new program, the Practice Transformation Network (PTN), practices will receive many services that will positively impact key areas of their practices and how they do business and treat patients,” said Linda Lang, Executive Director of the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium. “Some of these areas include care coordination, retooling financial revenue cycles, adding population health for improved patient quality outcomes and training on medical coding to ensure no dollars are left behind.”
The NRCCC received a grant from the Department of Health and Human Services to help with stabilizing of rural, solo and small practices as the U.S. transitions to value-based care. Practices sign-up for the program, but do not have to fill out grant applications.
By signing up for PTN, these practices would receive grant-funded, no-cost consulting and education services.

Practices that enroll and complete the program are more likely to gain government incentive payments based on improved quality scores and other measurements.
To enroll, practices must fill out a
short form, and the Practice Transformation Network will contact the practice. For more information, visit NRACC.

Deadline to enroll is October 1, 2017 or when the program reaches capacity.

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