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Definitive 7-page MACRA Essentials eGuide

MACRA Survival Series: Essentials for the Small PracticeThe AdvancedMD MACRA Survival Series has been expanded to help you survive and thrive through the MACRA transition with one of our most intriguing resources ever! We explain why 2017 was the transitional year for MACRA compliance, meaning you could test your options to find out what works for you.

Check out our small practice guide & make the most of your free MACRA compliance year.

Inside you’ll find an arsenal of resources for those who participate in the Quality Payment Program:

  • 11 MIPS resource companies with contact information
  • Contact information & support center assistance specifically for small practices
  • Strategy considerations for your health IT investments
  • Online education & tools from 3rd-parties aimed at helping practices with questions concerning core quality measures

Get our definitive 7-page MACRA essentials guide for free.

 

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