February 5th, 2016 by Kareo
February 4th, 2016 by Kareo
Getting Paid in 2016: What You Need to Know
Thursday, February 11
10:00 AM PT, 1:00 PM ET
Learn about key changes in medical billing coming for practices in 2016 in this free webinar
Are you wondering how the implementation of ICD-10, dramatic changes to meaningful use and the government’s newest incentive program will affect your practice in 2016? This is no time to go into retreat mode. In this high-energy educational webinar, national speaker and author Elizabeth Woodcock highlights the key changes in payments for practices in 2016.
Take this webinar’s tactics back to your practice to improve your bottom line in 2016. You’ll come away from this event:
- With an overview the new CPT codes that will go into effect in 2016, as well as the fall-out from the October 2015 implementation of ICD-10
- Aware of the reimbursement changes to the 2016 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, including the Advanced Care Planning codes
- Having the ground rules for participating in the government’s incentive programs for 2016 to gain incentives—and avoid penalties
- Understanding the new government incentive program—the Merit-based Incentive Payment System—and how to prepare
Register now to to join Elizabeth. We’re sure you’ll be enlightened!
About the Speaker
Elizabeth Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC is a professional speaker, trainer and author specializing in medical practice management. She has focused on medical practice operations and revenue cycle management for more than 20 years.
February 1st, 2016 by Kareo
It’s been a hot few weeks for Meaningful Use news with lots of conflicting reports. Join @drtom_kareo and @GoKareo for the next #KareoChat on Thursday February 4 at 9 AM PT to get the latest on what is really happening, what the future might hold, and when we’ll know more. This is a big topic with a lot potential impact on vendors and providers. Come share your thoughts.
Here are the chat questions to help you prepare your thoughts and join the conversation.
- What were the changes announced for MU in its next iteration
- How does this dress the Interoperability problem
- How does this address functionality and usability problems
- How does this effect Large and Small HIT vendors
- How does this address shift from FFS to VBC
- When will the regs be available in draft mode
About the Host
Tom Giannulli, M.D., M.S. is the chief medical information officer at Kareo. He is a respected innovator in the medical technology arena with more than 15 years of deep experience in mobile technology and medical software development. Previously, Tom was chief medical information officer at Epocrates and he was the founder and chief executive officer of Caretools, which developed the first iPhone-based EHR. Prior to that, Tom drove a number of key mobile healthcare technology innovations as VP of Advanced Research for Data Critical and the founder and CEO of Physix. He holds a M.S. in biomedical engineering from the University of Utah and earned his M.D. from the University of Texas at Houston where he completed his residency in internal medicine.
January 28th, 2016 by Kareo
January 28th, 2016 by Kareo
Kareo has announced that Drew Hamilton has been appointed Chief Sales Officer. Hamilton will be responsible for scaling Kareo’s sales organization to achieve continued revenue growth.
“Under Drew’s leadership, we will focus on advancing sales strategy and expanding our sales force,” said Dan Rodrigues, founder and CEO of Kareo. “We are excited to welcome Drew to the Kareo team. Drew has a proven record of scaling sales organizations within SaaS companies, and that experience will be valuable as Kareo continues its strong momentum in the independent practice market.”
Prior to joining Kareo, Hamilton served as executive vice president and general manager of TeleTrac, an Orange County-based SaaS company. In his tenure at Teletrac he restructured the sales division, eventually expanding its sales force from 20 to 200 representatives. Leveraging nearly 20 years of experience in sales, Hamilton will work cross-functionally with other areas of the company to drive business development, create efficiencies to shorten sales cycles and improve customer communications, ultimately helping Kareo reach its next stage of growth.
“What excites me most about Kareo is the product, the people, the addressable market and the culture,” said Hamilton. “My wife is an independent practice physician and the notion of leveraging technology to allow doctors to ‘Go Practice’ really hits home for me. I look forward to helping such a great company support a fast growing market of independent practices.”