MIPS in 2018 Webinar
MIPSPRO webinars will walk you through the basics of reporting MIPS. Approximately 30 minutes of a typical session are dedicated to presenting educational content, with the remaining time dedicated to an open question and answer session. Recordings and presentation materials are made available to attendees after the webinar has concluded!
MIPS Policy Guides
The Overview of MIPS Reporting fact sheet condenses the most important information to know when you are starting to formulate your 2018 MIPS plan. This sheet can act as a quick-reference guide for performance category weights, the payment adjustment scheduled, and eligibility requirements.
The Roadmap to Reporting MIPS guides you from start to finish of the MIPS reporting process. Whether you are just looking to avoid the MIPS penalty, or want maximize your incentive, this roadmap will show you the way!
Topics covered include submitting for Quality, Promoting Interoperability (formerly Advancing Care Information), and Improvement Activities, in addition to how the new Cost performance category will factor into your MIPS final score.
The stakes have been raised for the second year of the Merit-based Incentive Payment System. With more demanding reporting requirements and more revenue on the line, having a proactive strategy for compliance is increasingly important.
The 2018 MIPS Survival Guide is a 22-page eBook that covers everything you need to know to report MIPS in 2018, from eligibility to predicting the impact on your revenue!
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