The race for incentive dollars is on! Win your share with these keys to success
While this “transition year” for MIPS is likely to be the easiest year to avoid a penalty, it’s also likely to be the easiest year to earn a bonus! Big dollars are available … $500 million in the bonus pool, to be exact. But it’s shared among all eligible Medicare providers, which means the race is on to earn your piece.
While your peers may be easing into the transition year, you can easily surpass their efforts and position your practice for a pay bonus in 2019. If your practice has ever reported PQRS measures or attested to meaningful use, you’re well on your way! But you have to take certain steps to ensure you participate properly.
Remember - MIPS is a zero-sum game. If you’re not on the winning side then you’re losing money to your peers. Every point counts – this webinar will help you take the steps you need to earn the most you can for your practice.
Sign up today to learn the actions you can take now to be a top Medicare performer in 2017 and position your practice for a financial windfall in 2019.
Learn how to:
- Explore the MIPS performance scoring scale in detail to optimize your chance for success
- Interpret CMS benchmarking reporting data to evaluate your performance and build on your strengths to increase your score
- Dive into the base advancing care information (ACI) category, formerly known as meaningful use, to successfully report the new five measures
- Get top documentation tips to withstand a future audit
The 2017 MIPS performance period started Jan. 1, so the competition is already on. But it’s not too late!
Learn the key moves your practice can take now to take the lead in the race to incentive dollars!
YOUR EXPERT PRESENTER
Jeanne J. Chamberlin, MA, FACMPE
Jeanne Chamberlin’s expertise stems from more than 25 years in business planning, process/system improvement and finance for health care provider organizations. She has worked with small physician group practices, academic faculty practice plans, hospitals and health care systems. By developing financial and operating indicators, Jeanne has helped practices identify improvement opportunities while building more effective partnerships between clinicians and administrative staff. Her work in developing and implementing a productivity-based compensation plan for 25 primary care providers in eight practices resulted in both improved physician retention and a 20% decrease in financial loss. Jeanne is a fellow in the American College of Medial Practice Executives and has served as president of Triangle Medical Managers. She earned her MA in Public Policy at Duke University and her BA in sociology from Beloit College.