Attention ODs: MIPS Rules are Changing in 2019

Do you know if your EHR is prepared for MIPS in 2019? The 2019 proposed rules for MIPS are out. If your eyecare practice bills $90,000 or above in Part B allowed charges or has 200 Medicare beneficiaries, then you are qualified to opt-in to attest. Your Medicare business, search rankings, and Healthgrades score could suffer if you don't opt-in to MIPS.

Although not all EHR solutions are 2015 edition certified, certification is a Quality Payment Program requirement to participate in MIPS starting January 1st, 2019.

Is it time to switch EHR platforms? What does certification mean and why does it affect you? Register for our webinar to find out.

Webinar: Are you ready for MIPS 2019?Copy of compete with amazon

We want to make sure you get paid after the MIPS rules change, so we're arming ODs with the correct knowledge.

Participate in our webinar with Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Masoud Nafey, on November 1, 2018, to learn the ins and outs of MIPS rules and payment processes. 

In the webinar, we provide you with:

  • A simplified MIPS overview
  • Tips for preparing for 2019
  • Resources to help you profit from MIPS 

 

 

 

 

Register for our free and informative MIPS Webinar to learn how you can prepare for the changes.

MIPS Webinar 2018

 

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