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Webinar - Succeeding in MIPS: Advice from Peers in Solo & Small Group Practices

May 17, 2018

12:30 pm–1:30 pm Pacific Time
1:30 pm–2:30 pm Mountain Time

Year two of the MIPS program introduces new opportunities for solo practitioners and small group practices. Although you may know what MIPS requires in 2018, learning how to successfully meet these requirements while continuing effectively serving your community and meeting your financial goals is essential.

This free event from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) features owners and employees of solo and small group practices like yours that who share their insights and challenges related to succeeding in year two of MIPS. Preparing for the new cost category, getting the buy-in of your staff, investing wisely in EHR systems, and keeping your focus on what will help your patients and practice succeed are some of the topics that a panel of your peers will discuss with each other and members of the audience.

Join this roundtable event to learn from your peers how to succeed in MIPS in 2018.

Participants Will Learn

  • Strategies for choosing quality measures and improvement activities that are aligned with your practice’s needs
  • How to effectively engage staff and other clinicians in MIPS-related activities
  • How to set priorities for MIPS activities in 2018 using reports and data you already possess
  • How to access free personable technical assistance from your own local area Technical Assistance Organizations that have been vetted and funded by CMS


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