Are you heading to the Association of Dermatology Administrators & Managers (ADAM) conference this year? If so we hope we have the chance to connect. This year our CMO and co-founder Michael Sherling, MD, MBA will be presenting on the topic of “Maximizing Your Revenue Under the Medicare Merit Based Incentive Payment System—Advancing Care Vertical” on Tuesday, February 28 at 4:10pm.
In his presentation Dr. Sherling will provide a survival guide, if you will, for excelling under MIPS. From understanding how MIPS came to be to, to deconstructing the score and taking a in depth look at two of the categories including Advancing Care and Clinical Improvement Activities, you’ll definitely leave the presentation with some new nuggets of knowledge on the hot topic of MIPS and value-based care. You’ll also learn about the value and importance of being able to keep an eye on your score with dashboards that are built in the electronic health record (EHR) systems being used. Your MIPS intelligence will skyrocket after learning from Dr. Sherling.
If you can’t make it to his presentation, Modernizing Medicine will be at ADAM at booth 19 and will be on the floor during AAD at booth 2665.
About the Speaker
To give a bit of background on the speaker, Dr. Michael Sherling is the Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder of Modernizing Medicine. Michael is responsible for the development and growth of Modernizing Medicine’s dermatology, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, plastic surgery, otolaryngology, urology and rheumatology verticals. He oversees product management in electronic medical records, practice management, analytics, telemedicine and pathology.
Michael has been a practicing dermatologist since 2006 and currently practices in a comprehensive skin care dermatology group in Palm Beach County, Florida. Michael is board certified by the American Board of Dermatology.
Michael obtained his BS in Biology at Brown University with honors in 1996, his MD from Yale School of Medicine with honors in 2002, and his MBA from Yale School of Management in 2002. He received his clinical training at Harvard Medical School, where he served as chief resident in dermatology. You can connect with Michael on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Checkout the full schedule for the conference here.