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Tips for MIPS 2020 PI and IA Categories

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How are you doing with your 2020 MIPS PI and IA categories? Together they can account for up to 40% of your final score. Since these two categories only require at least 90 consecutive days it’s not too late to start.

We’re available to help you understand the details about each category, and to give you tips to make changes or additions to maximize your scores. Our recorded webinar covers:

  • The latest information from CMS for MIPS 2020
  • How to apply for relief with MIPS 2020 for one or more categories
  • How score re-weighting works if you claim for relief from a category
  • Details about the PI category
  • Tips to earn the best score you can in the time remaining this year
  • How to get maximum points in the IA category

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

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