MACRA and MIPS: What You Need to Know Now and in 2018

MACRA and MIPS are top-of-mind for all providers. Still not sure how these quality and performance measures will impact your practice in future? Join Dr. Alan Bass, Medical Director for NEMO Health, for a FREE webinar and earn 1 CEU. Dr. Bass will highlight and explain composite scoring, participation options, bonuses and penalties, reporting and much more.
This webinar will:
  • Educate attendees on the new Quality Payment Program
  • Review the 4 Categories under the Merit Based Incentive Payment Systems
  • Discuss the documentation required under each category of MIPS

Date: Wednesday, September 20
Time: 12- 1PM CST
Earn 1 CEU Credit

Presentation Slides Speaker: Dr. Alan Bass
Dr. Alan Bass is the Medical Director for NEMO Health, LLC is a privately held investment company with a diverse portfolio of healthcare holdings focused on the fields of medical technology. NEMO Health's suite of solutions deliver industry leading innovation and unparalleled customer support and consulting solutions. Dr. Bass also serves as Senior Consultant for Collaborative Practice Solutions, LLC, a full scale medical consulting company which offers a wide variety of services to organizations of all sizes. Dr.  Bass is a podiatrist in private practice in Manalapan, NJ and has been in practice for over 23 years.
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