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This Just In: MIPS Information Blocking, New Attestation Requirements for 2017!

Scottsdale Institute Teleconference
December 6, 2017
1-2 pm CT [2-3 p.m. ET, noon-1 p.m. MT, 11 a.m.-noon PT]

Dan Golder, DDS, MBA, Principal, Jason Fortin, Senior Advisor, and Larry Katzovitz, Senior Advisor, Impact Advisors. This session provides late-breaking information about what every provider needs to know now in order to successfully attest for 2017. Dan, Jason and Larry examine the implications of the recent clarification from CMS regarding the MIPS requirement that eligible clinicians must attest “that they have not knowingly and willfully limited or restricted the compatibility or interoperability of their certified electronic health record (EHR) technology,” and explain how to interpret this rule, with strategies for both individuals and groups for meeting this requirement. Highlights include: A review of each of the three separate statements to which each provider must attest; a discussion of the implications for both individuals and groups, and strategies for compliance; top 5 things that every provider should be doing right now as a result of this new information; and, strategies for documentation for both providers and groups to help in the event of future regulatory audits. This teleconference is part of the Value-Based Care Collaborative.

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