iPatientCare announces MACRA eLearning session featuring a rich educational session from CMS Speaker
iPatientCare, being a pioneer in Revenue Cycle Management solutions and ambulatory EHR is organizing a special session with intellectual speakers from CMS, one of them being Benjamin Chin. This session is scheduled for July 27, 2017 at 1:00 PM EST.
As the healthcare providers were just getting used to the two pathways of MACRA, CMS has already come out with set of new rules, which is causing great amount of tension and confusion among the healthcare providers. It has become problematic for them to know how to go about with it.
The speakers will shed some highlights on proposed changes, various aspects of MACRA and an overview of APMs in the QPP. This MACRA eLearning session (under MACRA eLearning Webinar series) of iPatientCare will mainly focus on promulgating the knowledge on MIPS and MACRA this July, and will proceed with the introduction to advanced alternative payment models (APMs), then continue with criteria for advanced alternative payment models, qualifying APM scoring standard, MIPS APMs, then gradually get into Other Payer Advanced APMs and finally end with proposed changes for MIPS in 2018 and changes in APMs in 2018.
In this manner, the session will educate you thoroughly so that you will know where you stand, how to go about in making the right decision for your practice and know that there is always a way to earn more incentives. iPatientCare is always there to assist your practice in every way to stay updated and organized.
This session is due on Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 1:00 PM EST. Click here to register now!
“It has been our endeavor to keep our users updated on the latest developments in HealthCare IT. The overwhelming response of MACRA eLearning series has encouraged us to invite an expert from CMS to impart more specific session on Advanced APMs,” said Arnaz Bharucha, Senior Technology Officer, iPatientCare. She further added, “We are excited to serve the healthcare professionals and provide them with the much-needed assistance through a group of talented individuals, who collectively bring broader and deeper healthcare industry experience and a diverse set of skills and knowledge.”