Best Practices for MIPS

MIPS training

During the first year of MIPS, the MIPS Assurance Team observed many clinics and determined best practices to assure success at properly reporting MIPS.

In this webinar, Quentella Middleton, MIPS Assurance Manager for Eye Care Leaders, will focus on sharing best practices for MIPS and cover these five topics:

  • Advancing Care Information
  • Clinical Practice Improvement Activities
  • Quality
  • Cost
  • Preparation for Attestation/Data Submission

There will be a quick review of the CMS requirements, followed by best practices and real-world examples for each topic. A list of recommended resources for MIPS related information will also be shared.

This webinar will provide valuable insights for:

  • Physicians
  • Administrators
  • Billing departments
  • And others
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About the Speaker

Quentella Middleton, MIPS Assurance Manager for Eye Care Leaders

Quentella works to provide direct assistance to eye care providers to meet MIPS/MACRA. She has worked in healthcare for 20 years, including being an Army medic, an ophthalmic assistant, electronic health record application trainer, and business analyst.

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