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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has updated and streamlined systems to better serve users. This month’s QPP Power Hour will highlight one of these updates by outlining the steps to register for a HCQIS Access Roles and Profile (HARP) account. We will also explore quality measures that pertain to MIPS newly-eligible clinicians (physical therapists; occupational therapists; clinical psychologists; qualified speech-language pathologists; qualified audiologists; and registered dietitians or nutrition professionals).
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate how to register for a HARP account
- Recognize the quality measures applicable to the newly-eligible clinician MIPS clinicians
- Identify the eligibility periods and how to check eligibility
- Discuss low-volume thresholds and reporting options
Patti Kritzberger, HIT Quality Improvement Specialist
Tisha Carlson, Quality Improvement Consultant
Great Plains QIN
Let’s have a lively, interactive discussion! We look forward to hosting this discussion on May 22. Please feel free to invite other team members who will benefit from participation.