MIPS Part 1 of 3: Master Complex Requirements with Ease
ATTENTION: Medicare Part B Providers
You must have a firm handle on the key elements of MIPS requirements under MACRA, or you risk getting hit with significant future Medicare reimbursement reductions.
And even though the MIPS 2017 reporting requirements have been modified to assist you in this massive transition, it doesn’t mean that they are any less complicated. Taking advantage of this year’s staged reporting guidelines is essential for you to completely understand this complex new system and accurately submit your data.
But how do you know what to report and when? That’s where MACRA expert Jeanne Chamberlin, MA, FACMPE, can help. During this 60-minute online training, you’ll gain easy-to-follow direction on how you can walk you through the jumble of MIPS rules and regulations easier than you thought possible. This session is Part 1 of her 3-part MIPS series.
Learn more about the entire 3-Part series here.
By ordering this 60-minute online training, you’ll receive easy-to-follow steps to master MIPS guidelines. Here are just a few of the questions you’ll get answered:
WARNING: MIPS applies to all physicians, PAs, NPs, CNSs and CRNAs regardless of their specialty or practice size. Essentially, if you report Medicare Part B services and aren’t part of an Advanced Alternative Payment Model (APM), you’re on the hook for MIPS. That means correctly reporting your quality data is the only way to prevent cuts in your future Medicare payments.
You don’t have to face the monstrous task of complying with MIPS regulations on your own. This online training will help you get the proven strategies and tactics you need to nail down the best MIPS options for you.
The deadline to comply with MIPS guidelines will be here before you know it. Don’t wait, order this practical, step-by-step online training today to get proven advice from a nationally recognized MACRA expert.
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 1.0 CEU. On Demand product requires successful completion of a Post-Test for Core A and all specialties except CCPC and CIRCC for continuing education units.
"The speaker was very knowledgeable."
- Rachel Collado, Medical Assistant, Salerno Medical Associates, East Orange, NJ
"Very good, well organized, well spoken, and kept to key points."
- Jessica Browning, RN, BSN, Taylor Regional Hospital, Campbellsville, KY
"Information was presented in a way that helped clarify questions."
- Eunice Chaney, Clinic Manager, Paris Community Hospital/ Family Medical Center, Paris, IL
“Very informative. I had no idea what MIPS/MACRA was but I'm glad I attended. At the conclusion of this webinar, I am more knowledgeable.”
- Darlene Serrano Reiter, Clinical Operations, Salerno Medical Associates, LLP, East Orange, NJ
“Very well organized and informative.”
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