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Lunch & Learn

As business partners to the healthcare industry, our goal is to help you succeed in this ever-changing and often difficult environment. Our 2018 Healthcare Academy Luncheon Collaboration is brought to you as an investment in your success! These educational workshops are designed to assist practice managers in staying informed and engaged on current issues they are dealing with.  

Each FREE workshop is approximately one hour long and is eligible for Continuing Education Credits! Please register by noon the business day before the actual event. Space is limited at each event. As such, please limit attendance to the Practice Manager and up to two key staff members. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Jen Garman at jgarman@trussadvantage.com or 913-643-4126

All sessions will be held at 7301 College Blvd., Suite 120 in Classroom 101 (Baker University). Lunch Served at 11:30 AM CT, Presentation Begins at 11:45 AM.

We are all familiar with the Government’s love of acronyms.  Some of the newest include MACRA, MIPS and APMS.  With these come a transition to value- based payment systems.  To achieve success under the new payment models, practices must consider transforming care delivery, improving clinical efficiency, eliminating duplicate services, improving patient access, and delivering a top -notch patient experience with every visit.   The hard part is figuring what changes to make.

The June 7th and August 14th 2018 KC Healthcare Academy Luncheon will devote time to a deeper dive into exploring operational changes.  Come prepared to share and brainstorm new ideas to help you transform your own office operations.

Lunch & Learn | June 7, 2018  Click Here To RSVP Today!
Baker University

Operational Strategies for Transitioning to Value-based Health Care Success – Part I
Tracy Bird – Medical Practice Advisors

Lunch & Learn | August 14, 2018 Click Here To RSVP Today!
Baker University

Operational Strategies for Transitioning to Value-based Health Care Success – Part II
Kristi DeMetz – HealthTeamWorks