As part of a seven-state collaborative recently awarded millions in CMS funding, Purdue Healthcare Advisors will assist approximately 6,000 Indiana clinicians who are practicing in small groups to prepare for and successfully participate in MACRA's new Quality Payment Program (QPP). Remote, direct technical assistance through the QPP Resource Centerâ„¢ is free to all MIPS-eligible clinicians, and will deliver support for up to a five-year period. You'll be able to access the QPP Resource Centerâ„¢ of the Midwest portal in April.


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QPP Resource Center Questionnaire

To express your interest in participating in the QPP Resource Center, please fill out this 12-question form.

Breaking down a larger system into its smaller components may make one of those components eligible for assistance.
We assume you are inquiring for an Indiana-based practice. If you are with a clinic/practice located in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky, Wisconsin or Minnesota, please check with your state's QPP Resource Center for information about how to enroll there.
If you are not sure if your practice is small, rural or underserved, let us determine that for you. We'll refer larger organizations to our area's designated Quality Improvement Organization (QIO).



Specialists are eligible under this grant!






Next Steps

Once you submit this form, your clinic/small practice will be included on our list of organizations interested in participating in the QPP Resource Center. A representative from Purdue Healthcare Advisors will get back to you shortly regarding your interest.

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