Managing Advisor-Quality Services; QPP Advisor
Tatlin Resetich, MS, serves as Managing Advisor-Quality Services at Purdue Healthcare Advisors (PHA). In this role, she supports Indiana clinicians in understanding and meeting the requirements of numerous national and state quality initiatives, including the Quality Payment Program (QPP) and its Merit-based Incentive Payment Program (MIPS), Meaningful Use (MU), Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH), and the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS).
Tatlin is an Indiana QPP Advisor for the QPP Resource Center™ for the Midwest (QPP-RC); and serves Indiana providers through the Indiana Medicaid Meaningful Use Assistance Program. She also provides expertise to practices, clinics and hospitals through fee-for-service work, focusing primarily on behavioral healthcare.
Previously, she worked as the director of policy and research at the Indiana Council for Community Mental Health Centers, Inc. In that capacity, Tatlin worked to improve care coordination and advocated for increased access to mental health services in Indiana. Prior to that position, she received her training in the areas of Meaningful Use and IT Security as a health information technology associate for PHA. She rejoined PHA in October of 2014 to pursue her dedication to improved health IT and increased patient access to high-quality healthcare.
Tatlin received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Purdue University, is a certified Health IT professional for Practice Workflow & Information Management Redesign, and holds certifications in both Lean Healthcare and Lean Daily Improvement.