Quality Payment Program: Path to integration

MACRA Educational Webinar

Quality Payment Program: Path to clinical integration

As MACRA health care law stands, hospitals and physicians will increasingly be reimbursed based on their ability to reduce cost and improve the quality of patient care. This has left much of the industry scrambling to meet these and other market demands.

For health systems that not only want to survive but thrive in today’s emerging value-based health care environment, now is the time to focus on clinical integration as part of your response to complying with the Quality Payment Program (QPP).

In this month's MACRA educational webinar, we will showcase how hospitals and physician groups have successfully developed a Clinically Integrated Network (CIN), providing deep insight into the pivotal role of analytics to help drive decision-making.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define a CIN and requirements
  • Identify CIN readiness based on critical success factors
  • Distinguish key analytics requirements for CIN success

Who should attend?

While MACRA directly impacts physicians and other clinical providers, the ultimate goal is to advance organizational capabilities to meet the demands of population health and value-based care. If you are involved in quality, performance, regulations, managed care, compliance or other related initiatives, we encourage you to attend.


Scott Jones, MHA

Senior Consultant

Scott Jones is currently a senior consultant for nThrive, specializing in hospital, physician and healthcare market data analytics. He has multiple years of experience managing client engagements with expertise in clinically integrated network (CIN) development, physician practice operations and the market shift to cost reduction and quality improvement.

Prior to nThrive, Jones was a director at Leavitt Partners where he provided strategic direction to hospitals and health system executives navigating the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements and market shift to value reimbursement, including MACRA. Jones interned at the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation. He received a Masters of Health Administration from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Utah.

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