Quality Payment Program – Resources

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Moving From MIPS to an APM Series: Part One – Going Forward in the New APM Models

In December 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the final Accountable Care Organization (ACO) rule called Pathways to Success, which includes many changes. In this Telligen webinar recorded in February 2019, Dr. Donald Klitgaard will help you to understand what participation in an alternative payment model (APM) will look like going …

Team-based Care in the Real World

The team-based care delivery models offer opportunities to improve quality of care and outcomes for patients, providers and communities. As part of the Quality Payment Program (QPP), Alternative Payment Models (APMs) have been catalysts in fostering the use of team-based care. In this Telligen webinar recorded in January 2019, learn more about team-based care from …

Answers to Top Questions ACO Participants Have about MIPS

Do you participate in a Medicare Shared Savings ACO? Are you puzzled about how ACO eligible clinicians participate in the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) program? Please join Sandy Swallow, Program Specialist at Telligen, as she navigates through the Quality Payment Program and the requirements for ACOs. Exploring the special reporting and scoring for ACO …

January Quality Payment Program Coffee Talk: MIPS 2018 Data Submission and Reporting

Please join the Telligen quality improvement advisors for our January Quality Payment Program Coffee Talk event. The focus of this presentation includes exploring the MIPS 2018 data submission process as well as reviewing validation criteria tips organizations need to know to be successful in the QPP program. Transcript: Presentation: Recording:

MIPS 2019 Timeline

The 2019 MIPS performance period is from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019. For the Cost and Quality performance categories, data is collected for the full year. For the Improvement Activities and Promoting Interoperability performance categories, data is collected for at least a continuous 90-day period. If you submit 2019 data for MIPS by …

2018 QPP Series: A Closer Look at the Performance Requirements for 2019

The Quality Payment Program for Year 3 (2019) demonstrates steps toward maturity with a ramp up on the thresholds, incentives and penalties. The Year 3 Final Rule increases the requirements, yet still provides much flexibility and strives to reduce burden to clinicians. View this recording of the experts from Telligen QIO and SURS, Sandy Swallow …

Coffee Talk December 2018: Seeing the Value in MIPS

Feeling frustrated with all your MIPS efforts and what may seem like little reward in return? Review this webinar to better understand the value in the MIPS track, how it aligns with other payer incentive programs and prepares you for future payment reform initiatives. Listen to one of Colorado’s exceptional performers speak about their journey …

Pharmacist Collaborative Practice Agreements: Who, What, Why & How

This free webinar teaches pharmacists about collaborative practice agreements, suggests how to establish these agreements, and includes sample language, practical considerations and more. The coursework is available until October 2021 and is sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations and the American Pharmacists Association.

Coffee Talk October 2018: Closing the Referral Loop is a Team Sport

As the Quality Payment Program matures, we see Health Information Exchange (HIE) and closing the referral loop evolve into a higher priority. To assist your practice in facilitating improved referrals, information flow and responsible designation between the primary care and the specialty practice this webinar explores “Care Coordination Agreements.” Dr. Carol Greenlee shares the High …

Everything You Need to Know About the MIPS Payment Adjustment

Confused about how the payment adjustment, whether up or down, will follow the MIPS eligible clinician for the MIPS program? Did you realize this is different from the previous years with the PQRS program? In PQRS the adjustment was applied to the TIN/NPI combination and if a clinician left the TIN the adjustment did not …