Improvement activities are hard to pick and complicated to track. There are no dashboards set up to monitor your progress, track if you’re meeting the requirements, or to help find out if you’re doing enough activities. The measure titles can be a little misleading and the documentation requirements are often a mystery to practices. Each activity can seem like a puzzle that’s impossible to solve. With over 100 activities to choose from and the last 90 reporting period coming up on Oct 3rd, time is running out to get started.
Improvement activities can be the easiest MIPS category you deal with all year if you find one that fits your practice! Join our webinar “Cinderella Improvement Activities” to find out which activity is the glass slipper that will fit your practice perfectly. We’ll break down the lesser known, and tough-to-understand activities that might be exactly what your practice was looking for. We’ll demystify the requirements and make sure you know where to find the information you need to succeed. After the webinar you’ll come away with the confidence to choose the right activities for your practice and the knowledge to meet the requirements.
Highlights of the webinar:
- Category requirements so you know how to maximize your score
- Where to find data validation criteria and how to use them
- Descriptions of hard to understand measures
- A list of common measures that most practices find easy to report
- Pitfalls to watch out for
In this session you will learn:
- How to effectively pick activities that won’t be a burden on your practice.
- How to make sure you’re reporting enough activities to max out your score.
- How to use data validation criteria to make educated decisions to avoid measures with misleading titles and find hidden gems.
- Which hard to understand measures could be a perfect fit for you.
- Which measures are favorites among other providers and why.
About the Speaker
Megan Fries has 18 years of experience guiding providers to successfully report for QPP. Megan’s extensive background with EMR support and Meaningful Use and MIPS attestation, as well as her work in clinical settings as a surgery scheduler, tech, and scribe, give her the ability to apply her insight and knowledge in a way that makes her expert guidance invaluable to the healthcare provider.
Jenni Jacquez’s has 11 years of healthcare experience includes EHR implementation and overseeing the successful participation with CMS’ payment incentive programs, from MU to MACRA for her physicians’ ophthalmology-based practice. Not only did she serve as the office’s HIPAA compliance officer and billing specialist, but she was also responsible for performing various screening tests prior to the patient’s exam. Jenni is also bilingual and is fluent in English and Spanish.