Population Health

Case Study | Union Health – Population Health Management

Learn more about how SullivanCotter partnered with Union Health, an integrated, not-for-profit health care system in Indiana, to a develop long-term, sustainable strategy for enhancing value-based care and population health management.


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HFMA | Navigating Change: Implications of CMS’s 2021 Physician Fee Schedule

Featured in HFMA's hfm Magazine publication, SullivanCotter discusses changes to the 2021 Physician Fee Schedule and highlights challenges health care organizations and their financial leaders are facing as they look to address the impact on physician and advanced practice provider compensation and productivity.


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Understanding Co-Management Arrangements

Considering a co-management arrangement? Understand key drivers, compensation structures and payouts, and performance metrics and target setting.


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WEBINAR RECORDING | Physician Enterprises After COVID-19: Capturing and Assessing Opportunities

SullivanCotter joins McDermott Will & Emery to discuss how physician practices can position themselves for success in the new health care landscape.


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WEBINAR RECORDING | Designing Transitional Compensation Models During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Webinar from the American Health Law Association which features SullivanCotter's Kim Mobley discussing best practices for addressing COVID-19-related compensation for front line physicians.


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Physicians: 2021 Evaluation and Management CPT Codes

SullivanCotter evaluates the impact of the 2021 Evaluation and Management CPT code changes on important physician compensation and productivity survey benchmarks.


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Physician Compensation and Compliance: More Than Just the Individual Components

Kim Mobley, Managing Principal, contributes to a recent article on physician compensation and compliance from AHLA's Fair Market Value Affinity Group.


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Navigating Commercial Reasonableness of Physician Compensation Arrangements

Understanding Commercial Reasonableness in the context of a rapidly changing health care environment is critical, but navigating what this requirement entails can often be challenging.


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