Identifying and Planning for MIPS Changes and Challenges in 2022 – Orthopaedics
2022 is proving to be hardest year of MIPS reporting yet. Is your practice prepared to avoid the 9% penalty and instead receive a possible positive payment adjustment in 2024 for Medicare reimbursements? Join us to get a specialty specific plan of action to achieve successful MIPS reporting in 202
- Understand the four basic categories of MIPS and the responsible reporting requirements for 2022
- Identify specialty specific quality measures based on practice specific EMR and registry options
- Create a practice action plan for next steps to ensure successful reporting in 2022
Heather has over 20 years of leadership experience in healthcare operational management. She has provided comprehensive medical consultation to 100’s of practices that includes oversight of revenue cycle management, Medicaid and Medicare compliance, and workflow analysis to increase practice productivity. She has a proven track record in supporting clients in the adoption of electronic health records and providing strategy plans for annual MIPS reporting. Heather holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Rollins College – Crummer School of Business and a second master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Miami. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee in Special Education.
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