MIPS Quality Reporting: Avoid Medicare Part B Payment Reductions
You can count on your future Medicare reimbursement being cut unless you report your 2017 quality data accurately under MACRA’s MIPS program.
The majority of practices will be reporting under MACRA's MIPS program. And, your reimbursement will be increased or decreased based on how well you perform on the quality metrics you must report.
It’s vitally important that you figure out MIPS’ reporting NOW, and that’s where this MACRA 2017 - MIPS Quality Reporting: Avoid Medicare Part B Cuts With Expert Quality Reporting Strategies expert report can help. Jeanne J. Chamberlin, MA, FACMPE, a nationally recognized expert, has worked with Coding Leader as an expert contributor to this report to provide practical step-by-step strategies that will help you maximize your Medicare revenue. Here are just a few:
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Who must comply with MIPS: ALL Physicians, PAs, NPs, CNS, CRNAs. ALL medical specialties and practice sizes must comply with these new MACRA regulations – even those that do not see patients face-to-face. (If you’re not included in this list of clinical providers, you’re excluded from reporting MIPS – FOR NOW. Also, there is a subset of providers that are excluded based on Medicare billing and patient volume - this report will help you determine your status).
With the help of quality-reporting expert, Jeanne J. Chamberlin, MA, FACMPE, this expert report cuts out all the crud, and only provides you what you really need to know. You don’t have to face it alone. Allow Jeanne and this report to lead you through MIPS reporting, so you can significantly reduce your chances of getting hit with future Medicare reimbursement cuts, and you can even qualify for an increase.
Don’t be fooled into thinking you have plenty of time to figure out MACRA and MIPS reporting requirements. This year you had better be ready to adopt these complicated reporting rules correctly, or your future Medicare payments will suffer. Don’t wait, order your copy of this 320-page expert report today.
Here is the Table of Contents for the new 320-page expert report, MACRA 2017 - MIPS Quality Reporting: Avoid Medicare Part B Cuts With Expert Quality Reporting Strategies, for your review.
- Reporting and Payment
First Year Compliance Options
Essential Eligibility and Reporting Options
- So Who Are the MIPS-
Deciphering MIPS Payment Process
MIPS Final Score Breakdown
- Quality Measures
Advanced Alternative Payment Models
2 — 2017 Quality Measures
3 — Specialty-Specific
4 — Episode Measures
5 — IA Measures
6 — ACI Measures for 2017
7 — ACI Measures for 2018
8 — Improvement Activities
Jeanne Chamberlin is currently a Practice Management Consultant with MSOC Health, assisting dozens of practices with the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). Over the past five years, she has worked with dozens of medical practices to assess and revise processes that will improve efficiency and maximize profit.
As practice administrator of a 10-physician multi-specialty practice, Jeanne first implemented processes to capture and report quality measures for the PQRS program in 2007. As a consultant with MSOC Health, she has assisted a wide variety of providers with implementing EHR systems, as well as utilizing these systems to achieve Meaningful Use and PQRS bonuses. Jeanne has presented on these topics at numerous conferences and seminars throughout North Carolina.
During her 30 years in the healthcare industry, Jeanne has worked in independent medical practices, health systems, state government, and software development. She holds a Masters Degree in Public Policy from Duke University and is a member of the leadership council of North Carolina Medical Group Managers and is Past-President of Triangle Medical Managers.
This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1 CEU. Published product requires successful completion of a Post-Test for Core A and all specialties except CPEDC, CIRCC, CPMS and CDEO for continuing education units.