How to Benefit from the Medicare Shared Savings Program

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May 1, 2019 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

On December 21, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services issued a final ruling for the Medicare Shared Savings Program (CMS MSSP). The ruling redesigns participation options, lifting barriers that had previously prevented some health care organizations from participating in the program.

In our webcast, we address how your health care organization can use the CMS MSSP model to collaborate, integrate, and ultimately transform your health care delivery model from a fee-for-service to a value-based care organization. We also cover the following topics:

  • Overview for the January 1, 2020, application process
  • Main components of the CMS MSSP and who can participate
  • Beneficial CMS MSSP programs based on your organization’s business model or risk profile
  • CMS MSSP waivers and how to increase provider network collaboration
  • Protections from waivers of specified fraud and abuse laws


Karl Rebay, Director, Moss Adams

Karl has over 25 years of experience in the health care industry, and is a leader with our health care consulting team. He’s focused on providing high-impact health care advisory services to help the firm’s industry clients navigate and succeed in the rapidly evolving national health care landscape. His clients include health systems, hospitals, health plans, long-term care organizations, and IPAs, among others.

Deanna Kyrimis, Director, Moss Adams

Deanna has over 20 years of experience in the health care industry with a focus on specialty and multi-specialty physician organizations, both independent and integrated. Her expertise includes hospital and physician growth market strategies, service line development, performance analysis, and clinical integration and business innovation models (specifically ACOs and MSOs) that maximize clinical quality and result in significant market impact. She works with clients to develop and execute on strategic planning relating to market expansion of the physician network and engaging the hospital, partners and patients to ensure broad engagement, deep collaboration and transformation.

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