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Moshe Starkman     
Senior Director          

Shelley McArthur, MSN, RN     
Performance Improvement Manager    
North Mississippi Medical Clinics             


Value-Based Care, a relatively new approach to promoting good outcomes while maintaining or lowering costs, is quickly becoming the new normal in US health care. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from the perspective of North Mississippi Medical Clinics in the Quality Payment Program (aka MACRA) as to what goes into achieving an exceptional performance score.  Topics will include Quality measures selection, managing your Promoting Interoperability (PI) performance, and determining which Improvement Activities (IA) to report. NMHS achieved top scores across many facilities and will highlight best practices and a note some challenges managing multiple facilities, some new and some more experienced with quality reporting.

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

    • Understand what goes into MACRA success
      -Quality measure determination
      -Improvement Activities (IA) selection
      -Promoting Interoperability (PI) management
    • Discuss the challenges and opportunities of partnering with a MIPS registry to do the above.
    • Highlight important 2019 program changes. Part of being successful is being prepared. 

    Recommended for:

    CFO, President Medical Group, VP Physician Services, Chief Quality Officer, Clinical Quality Team

    Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge                      
    Delivery Method: Group Internet
    Level: Intermediate                                      
    Pre-work: None                            
    Prerequisites: Familiar with revenue cycle management (RCM) process           
    Contact hours: 1.0


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    Note: This on-demand webinar is available until December 13, 2019.