2016 Physician Compensation Training Seminar

October 26, 2016 - October 27, 2016

Is your health care organization prepared to effectively manage the compensation of your physicians and advanced practice clinicians in a strategic, efficient and regulatory-compliant way?

The rapidly changing health care environment has shifted the way in which organizations are aligning with, engaging and compensating physicians and advanced practice clinicians (APCs).

To help manage the transition from volume to value in ways that are both strategic and compliant with complex regulations, we offer basic and advanced physician compensation training seminars, delivered through presentations, discussions, and interactive exercises and case studies. Given their increasing role as members of the health care delivery team, this year’s training also features a half-day session on APC compensation.

Agenda for 101 Introduction to Physician Compensation

SOLD OUT -201 Advanced Training in Physician Compensation 

Recommended skills criteria for each course

When and Where

October 26, 2016 - October 27, 2016

The ART Hotel

1201 Broadway
Denver, Colorado 80203

Hotel Reservations

SullivanCotter has secured a limited number of hotel rooms at The ART Hotel  at a discounted price of $239 per night.

Reserve a room online at this special rate, or call 303.572.8000 and mention “Sullivan, Cotter and Associates” for our negotiated room rate.

Please note that the discounted hotel rate is only available for October 26 - 27.

The deadline for taking advantage of the room block is October 6, 2016.

Pricing and Deadlines

Registration is Closed

These training seminars address challenging questions such as:

  • How much are organizations paying for quality today and what types of quality metrics are being used by leading health care organizations?
  • What are key benchmarks for measuring physician compensation, productivity, quality and benefits?
  • What are the key regulations affecting physician compensation?
  • How do recent court cases and advisory opinions affect physician compensation governance and compliance processes?
  • What steps should be taken to make sure physician compensation plans are consistent with fair market value and commercial reasonableness?
  • How do the changes in physician compensation reimbursement affect fair market value and commercial reasonableness?
  • What impact does the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act (MACRA) have on physician reimbursement today and tomorrow, and what should be done to prepare and align physician compensation programs?
  • What are the key market trends in physician compensation today and what compensation and benefits practices are effective in this transitional environment?
  • What are the most important steps and strategies to consider during the physician compensation plan design process?
  • What types of compensation plans are used to help shift compensation from volume to value?
  • How are organizations addressing the recruitment and challenges associated with the growing APC workforce? How is the role of the APC evolving?
  • How should the compensation for APCs vary based on their role and/or practice setting?
  • What are the compensation trends and strategies for engaging this increasingly important and growing group of providers?

*Please note that we will be concurrently hosting an introductory 101 and an advanced 201 physician compensation training seminar at the same facility. Seats for the 201 seminar have already been filled due to unprecedented demand. 

Cancellation policy: Cancellations must be submitted in writing by October 6, 2016 in order to receive a refund. Credit will not be issued if you fail to cancel and do not show up for the event. If you have any questions, please contact us at 888.739.7039 or info@sullivancotter.com.

Questions about registration, travel or payment? Contact Rebecca Monticello, Marketing Specialist at SullivanCotter, at 248-204-9529 or RebeccaMonticello@sullivancotter.com.