Cut through MIPS confusion — learn how to report successfully to avoid revenue loss
CMS has released the proposed rule that will combine three already complex quality programs into one, tying professional reimbursement to quality. Meet the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), the new face of meaningful use, physician quality reporting system (PQRS) and value-based modifier (VBM) that is mandated by law.
Why should you care about MIPS? Because if you don’t, you’ll lose money and soon. Beginning in 2017, eligible professionals, including physicians, PAs, NPs and CRNAs, will be tested on four key performance metrics: quality, resource use, advancing clinical information and clinical practice improvement activities. Providers who don’t make the grade will suffer a 4% pay cut. Those who perform well could earn a 4% bonus or more. You need to start studying now, and DecisionHealth has your training!
Order this training now for an extensive breakdown of the MIPS program, along with expert strategies to ensure peak performance and prevent the 4% pay cut. After just 90 minutes with our expert health care consultant, you will learn how to:
- Avoid a quality pay cut with a full understanding of the new program, including new reporting thresholds
- Earn your quality bonus with our expert’s strategies to score high in the four key performance areas
- Select the right measures and activities appropriate to the type of care you provide to ensure quality performance
You only have 2 months once the final rul is released to implement final decisions. Practices that aren't ready by Jan. 1 won’t have a chance to beat the pay cut.
Start preparing now and order today!