• Webcast


    Annual Wellness Vist: Getting Paid for What We Do Best

    Learning Objectives

    After viewing this webcast, you should be able to:

    • Review CMS Annual Wellness Visit (AWV) requirements and summarize visit elements.
    • Identify how AWV findings can close care gaps and engage patients.
    • Examine financial and quality implications of incorporating the Medicare Annual Wellness Visit as a means of practice improvement.
    • Recognize the importance of AWV in relation to value-based payment.
    • Link AWV with other care management services such as Transitional Care ManagementChronic Care Management Services, and Advance Care Planning.

    Estimated time required to complete the full webcast: 60 minutes

    Original release date of webcast: April 4, 2017

    Download the slide presentation and addendum resources for the AWV: Getting Paid for What We Do Best webcast »(36 page PDF)

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