Understand your 2017 MIPS score, how your current activities have an impact on your MIPS score, and identify areas of opportunity for improvement.
Clinic managers and nurses; clinicians who are planning to report to the Merit-Based Incentive Program System (MIPS)
- Understand your 2017 MIPS score and how your current activities have an impact on your MIPS score.
- Learn how to use your MIPS score to identify areas of opportunity for improvement.
- Identify interventions and strategies to improve your overall quality and increase your MIPS score.
Dr. Lisa Gall has over 30 years of experience in health care, quality, and technology: 18 years in hospital, public health and management, and 13 years as a nurse practitioner in rural family practice, ER, and urgent care. After completing her doctor of nursing practice in 2010, and a year of health IT leadership studies at the University of MN, Lisa worked as a health IT consultant. Currently, she is clinical program manager at Stratis Health, helping organizations and clinicians understand and implement emerging health care policies using technology. She is lead clinician for Lake Superior QIN’s Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative and provides QPP Support for Minnesota practices. Lisa has published, taught, and presented on various health IT topics. She sits on the Minnesota eHealth workgroup, and the CMS Technical Expert Panel for Quality Measures Development Plan. She is lead developer of the MIPS Tool.
Candy Hanson is co-developer of the MIPS Tool. She is a program manager for Stratis Health. Candy was the program lead for the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) and the Value Based Modifier (VBM) program for Stratis Health and is now the lead for Medicare’s Quality Payment Program. She has over 30 years of experience in health care and over 25 years of experience working in long term post acute care settings and public health. She is a graduate of the Leadership in Health Information Technology for Health Professions program from the University of Minnesota. She is also a graduate of the Practice Facilitation Certificate program from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
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