MIPS: The Expansion of New Eligible Clinician Types and What You Need to Know

Starting this year the definition of the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) eligible clinicians was expanded to include additional clinician types such as clinical psychologists, physical therapists, speech language pathologists and more.

In this third episode of the Speaking Out on the Quality Payment Program Podcast our Host, Temaka Williams and featured guests, Michelle Brunsen and Kelly Smith give an overview on who the newly expanded qualifying MIPS eligible clinician types are and what they need to do to prepare for 2019 MIPS reporting.

Be sure to join us in the future as we continue to speak out on the complex inner workings of the Quality Payment Program and provide guidance on how to navigate it efficiently.

New Episodes are available on the second Wednesday of each month. For more information about the Quality Payment Program, you can visit Telligen’s Quality Payment Program (QPP) Page & Resources.

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