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MIPS 2020 It’s Not Too Late eBook


The MIPS Final Score needs to be at least 45 points to avoid a negative penalty in 2022 payments or you need to apply for Exceptions/Hardships for one or more categories.

We created a down-and-dirty desk guide to help you better understand all the in’s and out’s of what you can still do for MIPS in 2020. We added convenient checklists so you can track your progress and outstanding items. What’s inside:

  • What you do and don’t need to do to participate
  • How to view your QPP participation status
  • What is needed for the Improvement Activities (this counts for 15% of your MIPS Final Score)
  • What is needed for Promoting Interoperability (this counts for 25% of your MIPS Final Score)
  • What is needed for Quality (this counts for 45% of your MIPS Final Score)
  • How to apply for an exception or a hardship for one or more MIPS Categories for 2020
  • A dozen links and phone numbers to helpful resources

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Topic: MACRA/MIPS, Public Policy | Content Type: eGuide

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