Member Webinar Resources

Have you ever questioned your pay or what’s buried in your contract? Kyle Claussen, CEO of Resolve, breaks down the essentials in our quick-watch webinar. Get expert insights on:

  • Fair Pay
  • Call Coverage
  • Maternity Leave
  • Non-competes & More!

Don’t settle for less. Unlock the secrets to a better contract and know your worth today.

In this webinar you will learn about various Cybersecurity Threats that have been trending in 2023. Keeping your medical practice’s network up and running while ensuring your system and data is safe and secure can be a daunting task. Let STI Managed Services help you understand cybersecurity risks and learn about IT solutions and services we offer to keep your practice protected and running without interruption. A special guest session from Datto/Kaseya Systems Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery will be included. Some of the topics that will be covered in this webinar include:

  • Overview of current cybersecurity threats in the healthcare industry
  • Importance of proactive cybersecurity measures
  • Importance of employee training and education
  • Best practices for securing your practice’s network
  • Data backup and disaster recovery solutions
  • Importance of a business continuity plan
  • Trends to watch out for in 2023

In the fast-paced world of modern medical practice, the demands on your office staff have never been greater. Managing insurance claims, referrals, and authorizations is just the beginning. However, time spent on these tasks often leaves little room for patient care and the critical management of your revenue cycle and cash flow. Billing inaccuracies, late filings, and denial follow-ups can result in substantial revenue leakage.

Discover a better way to thrive—outsourcing to STI, a trusted Revenue Cycle Management partner. In our upcoming webinar, we’ll demystify the notion that outsourcing equals loss of control and show you how it can lead to:

  • Enhanced Expertise: Leverage industry knowledge and experience
  • Efficiency: Streamlined back-office processes for optimum productivity
  • Accountability: Trustworthy financial management
  • Compliance: Stay ahead of evolving regulations
  • Boosted Bottom Line: Focus on patient care while revenue grows

Running a medical practice imposes layers of complexity unimaginable by most. One needs to be an expert in medical records, human resources, reimbursements, employee benefits, finance, vendor contracts, compliance, and OSHA…. The list never ends. Somehow you are expected to manage all of this while you only want to take care of the health of patients, which is why you wanted to be a physician, to begin with.

  • Patient abandonment issues in the “traveling” provider world
  •  Permissible employee payroll deductions
  • Charging insured patients a credit card processing fee
  • The importance of negotiating payor contracts
  • Recent over-payment recovery actions

How do you know if you should renegotiate your contract? Do you need to wait until the end of the term? How do you know if compensation rates have changed? Kyle Claussen, CEO of Resolve, will join us to discuss these questions and provide insights on what to expect during a contract renegotiation and how you can prepare for it.

If you have any questions regarding employment contracts or salary data, please email Kyle Claussen, Resolve CEO, at[email protected]

As part of your MSSNY member benefits, you receive 10% off any of their packages, use this code at checkout: MSSNY10
See all packages here.

In addition to paid packages, set up a FREE account and access these tools:

  • rData: View salaries, signing bonuses, and more from real physician contracts in your specialty and location.
  • Contract Scorecard: Allows you to see how your contract stacks up against market data for your specialty.
  • J-1 Visa waiver updates and information.

The No Surprises Act of 2022 requires all medical providers and hospitals to maintain accurate records of provider qualifications within 30 days of modification. Failure to do so could result in steep penalties and risk of plan expulsion.

This webinar will introduce you to the Provider Credentialing Services and Maintenance options the STI RCM Credentialing team offers. These options include one-time services for provider addition/deletion/modification, as well as maintenance programs to meet the needs of NCQA standards and revalidations.

Benefits of Attending

  • Learn about the new requirements of the No Surprises Act
  • Explore the different provider credentialing services and maintenance options available
  • Get help with meeting NCQA standards and revalidations

This session will enhance your knowledge and make sure you are familiar with any new changes

  • Get a better Understanding of the MIPS Incentives and Penalties
  • Learn Eligibility Requirements to participate
  • Identify Important Dates and reporting time-lines
  • Understand the differences of Quality, Cost, Improvement Activities and Promoting Interoperability
  • Simplify the complexity of the Key Elements
  • Find out which Provider Types are eligible to enroll and the ease of using federal web sites to verify your status

Learn how to increase your bottom line, improve quality outcomes and provide an even better experience for your patients.

Join Dr. Purvi Parikh for a hands-on learning session to teach you how to participate in a media interview. Dr. Parikh will share clips and slides as she walks physicians through the process of a media interview, from preparation to how to answer press questions succinctly. Dr. Parikh is a national media spokesperson for the Allergy and Asthma Network and frequently appears on CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN, and CNBC, and contributes to print publications as a medical expert. She has conducted media training for the American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology and has a weekly health watch segment on Fox 5 NY.

Learn the importance of Cyber Insurance from Kate Sellers, JD, CLU, VP of Sales, at Sellers Insurance. This webinar will help you understand the following:

  • Why your practice needs cyber insurance
  • What to look for in a high-quality cyber insurance policy Preventative services provided by cyber insurers
  • How to best position yourself when applying for coverage

Many medical practices and health-delivery systems prefer to be less involved in the day-to-day back-office processes, including billing, collecting, posting payments, managing denials, and calling insurance companies for proper payment. There is a better way. Explore the benefits of Outsourcing. Outsourcing does not mean a lack of control. Find out how trusted firms provide greater knowledge and experience, are more efficient and effective, are accountable and compliant, and increase net income and cut costs. Learn what questions to ask an outsourcing company in the interviewing process. Find out why so many practices choose to re-focus their staffing needs and let the professional focus on collecting your money.

Have you heard about Revenue Cycle Management (RCM)? It is the process of managing the healthcare revenue cycle within your office so that you get paid for what you do. It sounds simple, but it is not because medicine is a highly regulated industry, and there are many rules about what you can bill and collect for your services, and when you need to submit those bills.

There are many coding changes for the 2023 calendar year. The Evaluation and Management code sets that impact virtually all specialties have further revisions. It is critically important to understand the impacts of these changes upon your documentation, work-processes and the potential changes to revenue that might result. Attend an educational update on January 11th of the Evaluation and Management changes for Office, Hospital and Clinic visits.

You will learn what procedure codes have been added, deleted, and revised as well as the relative descriptors. By becoming more acutely aware of the documentation updates, you will understand what requirements are necessary to support levels of service; moreover, do not waste your time on inconsequential notes as the 1995 and 1997 CMS Guidelines become obsolete.

In this webinar, STI will introduce you to Cybersecurity Trends that are affecting the Healthcare industry. The cybersecurity landscape keeps evolving as bad characters continue to get more creative. Over the last year, they have come up with new attack vectors and adjusted their tactics to circumvent ways that had been implemented to prevent them in the past.

STI’s Director of Technical Services, Al Toper, is an Air Force veteran with over 40 years in the technology field. Please join him as he shows you these new attack vectors and things you can do to help prevent you from being the next victim.

STI Managed Services is an award winning, full-service IT division within STI. They sell, install, and support technology for hundreds of medical practices, financial companies, and the SMB market. Their team is made up of a large group of IT specialists. They are also a member of the Varnex Community. A national group of MSP companies that provide guidance for the future of IT.

Resolve has empowered over 10,000 physicians in their employment agreements leading to national recognition with various state and national physician societies. Kyle Claussen is the CEO of Resolve and a partner in the law firm of Morgan Theeler, LLP. Special MSSNY Member Pricing

This webinar presented by the CMS team addresses the formal processes since the law went into effect on 01/01/22. There was a lengthy Q&A with many provider-specific questions addressed. We thank CMS and its team for taking the time to provide this information and for taking the concerns of our Physicians and bringing them back to the leadership within CMS.

In this webinar you will be introduced to the new STI Provider Credentialing Services with an Annual Maintenance option. Starting in 2022 changes by Federal and State agencies through the No Surprise Act now require all medical providers and hospitals to maintain accurate records to within 30 days of modification or steep penalties and risk of plan expulsion. Provider credentialing is a regulated process of assessing the qualifications of specific types of providers. This procedure requires providers such as doctors, and other allied healthcare professionals to show they have the proper education, training and licenses to care for patients. In addition to attestations by CAQH, Medicare PECOS, State Health Departments, and legacy platforms.

Let the STI RCM division relieve you of the administrative headache with its experienced team of enrollment specialists who will keep you in compliance and provide you with the peace of mind to avoid costly mistakes. Sign up today and learn about the options the STI RCM Credentialing team has, whether it be a one-time need for provider addition/deletion/modification, or one of our maintenance programs to meet the needs of NCQA standards and revalidations.