In a Practice Support blog post last month, we highlighted basic information and eligibility criteria for the Making Care Primary Model. The application deadline is approaching (November 30th), so we encourage you to learn more as you consider whether or not to consider participating.
The Making Care Primary (MCP) Model is a 10.5 year multi-payer model with three participation tracks. MCP aims to improve care for beneficiaries by supporting the delivery of advanced primary care services.
Recently, CMS (Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services) sent letters to people with Medicare who may have been affected by a recent data breach. Approximately 47,000 new cards with new MBI numbers are being mailed to beneficiaries.
The Practice Manager Bootcamp is designed to give practice managers with two or fewer years of practice management experience an overview of the basic knowledge and skills a practice manager needs to succeed. Experienced managers can select from a variety of modules.
Join us on Thursday, June 1 at 5:30 p.m. for Virtual Office Hours, which will focus on provider enrollment and hot topics specific to NC Medicaid enrolled providers.
North Carolina AHEC is presenting two valuable (and no-cost!) webinars on vital topics for practices: negotiating effective contracts, and how effective practice managers not only shape the experience of patients, but impact the practice's bottom line.
Let Northwest AHEC Help you maintain your certification for ABMS Credit, formerly MOC IV. American Board of Medical Specialties Continuing Certification (ABMS) - Formerly Maintenance of Certification Part IV (MOC IV).
Join us on June 2, 2023 / 8:30 am–12:45 pm at Hawthorne Inn / Winston-Salem, NC
One of Northwest AHEC's practices in located in Catawba County recently received a training from Practice Support staff on Managing Difficult Patient Situations. Practice Administrator for Newton Family Physicians P.A., Melissa White, commended our staff and services "NWAHEC is a valuable resource for us and recently assisted us in some valuable training for my staff."
Check out this important update From Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services