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Quality Beginner’s Guide

Just because you are new to MACRA and MIPS doesn’t mean you need to feel like a novice. The AdvancedMD MACRA posse has produced another free resource in our MACRA Survival Series to help MACRA beginners succeed. This step-by-step guide is designed to walk you through three key elements of MACRA Quality.

Within PIPS Performance categories for 2017, 60% of the weight is on Quality. We explain why and show you how to report on the six Measures with AdvancedMD. We explain the details for each of your chosen Quality criteria and share how to set up and begin collecting necessary data. We detail the differences between two data submission methods: claim-based reporting and EHR-based reporting. You’ll also fine a simple (sort of) calculator to determine your Quality Score. As a bonus, we show how to achieve bonus scores. Download our definitive guide for free.


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