With the release of the 2021 MIPS Final Ruling, its clear that the stakes of the MIPS program have been raised yet again and it is even more complex than it has been in the past, increasing the stress, burden and financial risk to providers. And, the MACRA law dictates that the MIPS program threshold is set so that 50% of all clinicians are penalized each year. With these significant financial penalties and even reputational harm at risk, its more important than ever to provide your clients with a solution to comply with the MIPS program and protect their Medicare reimbursements. Their bottom line translates directly to your bottom line.
Healthpac’s trusted compliance partner, Health eFilings, will be hosting a free educational webinar to provide insight on CMS’ rules for the 2021 reporting period and to give you strategies to help your clients avoid the significant financial penalty.
Date: Tuesday, December 15, 2020
Time: 2:00 pm EST
Presenter: Sarah Reiter, SVP Strategic Partnerships of Health eFilings
By attending the webinar, you will learn:
1. CMS rules for the 2021 Reporting Period and the impact on your client’s practice
2. What you can do to support your clients with MIPS compliance
3. The fundamental and critical differences between reporting methodologies
4. The importance of preparing now to capture the required data to earn MIPS points for 2021
About Health eFilings:
Health eFilings, a CEHRT, is the national leader in automated MIPS compliance and quality data analytics. Its services drive improved patient outcomes, optimized quality measures and stronger financial results for healthcare practices. Their proprietary cloud-based ONC certified software is significantly more efficient and effective than any registry as it does all the work to extract, calculate, benchmark, format and electronically submit MIPS data to CMS so clients avoid significant penalties and earn maximum reimbursements. And, you can have peace of mind knowing you are working with the best partner because CMS has accepted 100% of Health eFilings’ submissions.