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QPP Resource Center logoWant to know how you can get direct support for QPP reporting?

Become one of the 6,000 MIPS-eligible, Indiana clinicians who will benefit from the Quality Payment Program Resource Center™ for the Midwest. 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 QPP Resource Center portal is now open to providers practicing in small groups with 15 or fewer clinicians. Find out more

Using Indiana's QPP Resource Center
Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 12-1 p.m. (EST)

Leigh Ann Griffin

You’re an Indiana-based small group practice (1-15 clinicians), and are eligible for MIPS Reporting, but are struggling to get started. PHA’s Leigh Ann Griffin will introduce you to the the QPP Resource Center for the Midwest, where you can start the ball rolling. For those who have already joined the QPP-RC, Leigh Ann will provide tips to help you navigate its portal, access its resources, and connect with QPP Advisors for questions and assistance as you transition into the MIPS program.

 

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