The Future of Reimbursement Through the Lens of MedPAC

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December 6, 2022 10:00 AM PT
1 hour, 30 minutes

The number one concern providers cite is the future of reimbursement. Reimbursement rates haven’t kept up with the rising costs of staffing and health care.

Join us for our on-demand webcast, The Future of Reimbursement Through the Lens of MedPAC, to hear from Michael Chernew, Chair of Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC), for a discussion on:

  • The current reimbursement climate for health care providers
  • Where the future of reimbursement is headed
  • How leaders across the health care continuum can strategize for 2023 and beyond

Please note, when registering, you’ll be automatically enrolled for the last webcast in this series, Politics and the Pandemic: Where Do We Go from Here? For more information on CPE for both webcasts, download the CPE details.



Michael Chernew, PhD, Chair, Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC), MedPAC

Michael Chernew, PhD, is the Leonard D. Schaeffer Professor of Health Care Policy and the director of the Healthcare Markets and Regulation (HMR) Lab in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Chernew’s research examines several areas related to improving the health care system. Dr. Chernew is the chair of Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC), and previously served as the vice chair from 2012–2014 and a member from 2008–2012.

Susan Dentzer, CEO and President, America’s Physician Groups

Susan Dentzer leads APG in the transition to value-based care, with the conviction that United States health care must become more patient-centered, coordinated, integrated, and accountable for both cost and quality. Prior to joining APG, Dentzer was the senior policy fellow at the Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy. Dentzer is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine and the Council on Foreign Relations.

Brian Conner, CPA, Partner in Charge, Sacramento and Stockton offices, Moss Adams

Brian Conner has practiced public accounting since 1993, providing audit, tax, and consulting services to integrated health systems, hospitals, ancillary providers, mental and convalescent health facilities, and medical groups. Conner has extensive experience providing counsel in areas of audits, financial reporting, and tax-exempt financings. He performs technical reviews for other health care clients of the firm and has served as an instructor and lecturer for the firm’s Health Care Group.

Eric Klein, Partner, Shepard Mullin

Eric Klein, Esq., is the leader of a team of more than 200 attorneys at Shepard Mullin’s national Health Care Practice. Klein has over 35 years of practical legal and business experience, and his multisector practice focuses on health care transactions and regulation and current industry trends of population health management, global risk-bearing entities, consolidation, convergence, payor and provider alignment, the transformation to value and risk-based reimbursement systems, and private equity. Klein uses deep industry knowledge, entrepreneurial solutions, sophisticated negotiation skills, and effective legal process to meet the complex business and legal needs of both established and emerging companies.

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