Rural Providers and Quality Reporting Programs: MIPS
A look into participation and performance trends of rural providers in CMS’ MIPS
Historically, payment systems for reimbursement in the outpatient setting were based on a fee-for-service model, where healthcare providers were financially incentivized for volume of services over value, cost-effectiveness, or patient outcomes. Since the passing of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 and the implementation of the Quality Payment Program, the healthcare industry has been shifting toward value-based reimbursement.
Download this webinar, wherein our VP of Health Insights, Reeya Patel, evaluates rural participation and performance trends in MIPS, and reviews best practices for rural healthcare organizations to be successful in a quality-driven reimbursement environment.
- Define quality and the Merit-based Incentive System (MIPS)
- Explore how quality reporting programs affect rural healthcare providers, including rural health clinics
- Review performance and participation trends of rural providers in MIPS
- Review best practices for rural healthcare organizations and quality reporting
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