Want to know how you can get direct support to assist you with Quality Payment Program reporting?
Become one of the 6,000 MIPS-eligible, Indiana clinicians who will benefit from the QPP Resource Center™. When you sign up, you'll receive no-cost help from Purdue Healthcare Advisors to meet MIPS-related challenges, like how choose and report measures; how to create a score improvement plan; and how to optimize your Health IT.
The center opens in late March for providers practicing in small groups with 15 or fewer clinicians. Find out more.
Getting Started with CCM: Taking Steps Toward Value-Based Care (Part 1)
Wednesday, March 15, 2017, from 12-1 p.m. (EST)
Join the Indiana Rural Health Association's Network Development Coordinator Cody Mullen for the first of a two-part series focused on Chronic Care Management, and the major changes in 2017 that affect the CCM program.