CareOptimize’s Ashley Giaquinta as she reviews revenue cycle best practices, including the most recent advice for trends she is seeing in 2018. Ashley will also be showing CareOptimize’s free Revenue Cycle Analyzer, which helps you benchmark your revenue cycle performance against similar practices.
The CareOptimize Quality Manager is a one stop shop for all items quality related. We combine all quality, regulatory and incentive programs into one user friendly dashboard. We will build your Quality Manager specific for your practice and measures. The Manager will allow you to view programs, measures, patients and encounter dates. The functionality will also allow you to search a specific patient if desired.
Other features of our Quality Manager include single sign on for certain EHR users. Single breakdowns by measure, provider or patient. Our module is SSL encrypted for your security. Real time tracking of your programs so you can easily navigate the road to meeting your practice’s goals. Care gaps are identified immediately so they can quickly be addressed. With bi-directional integration we can automatically send codes via the Manager to your EHR. Our Quality Manager is accessible from anywhere.
Our Quality Manager not only allows your user to see an overview of different Quality programs such as MIPS, HEDIS, eCQM measures, it will also allow the user the ability to further explorer specific measures. Drilling down into the measures will show clinicians any patient gaps that need to be worked and where they need to continue to improve as they continue to provide your patients excellent medical care.
We’ve just crossed the mid-year mark. If you haven’t been focused on closing your patients’ 2018 quality gaps, now is the time.
When working on your gap list, it is imperative to compare your findings to your health plans’ findings. CareOptimize’s Quality Manager makes this easy by identifying discrepancies and providing a workflow for resolving them. You’ll also see:
– How to work gaps at the point of care.
– Submitting gap closures to the health plan with just one click.
– A brief peek at our predictive coding tool.
CMS has released the proposed rule for MIPS in 2019. Hear from Megan Halligan on the potential impacts to your practice including opportunities, pitfalls, and how to voice your concerns.
MIPS continues to be a major risk, with practices who do not participate subject to a 5% penalty. This webinar will cover:
Rule clarification and changes that have occurred since January 1st. Measure clarification and changes that have occurred since January 1st. Your measure calculations may be changing as a result.
Where your practice should be at this point in the year. How we can help support unique workflows and provider documentation.
The Affordable Care Act requires health plans spend 80-85% of premiums on medical care, which has created a renewed shift towards capitation and risk contracts. This video provides an overview on how to leverage these new contracts and better align physician incentives to keep patients healthy – all while providing opportunities to increase your bottom line.
Medicaid MU3 is not going away. In this third iteration of the program, there are some significant changes and requirements to note. This 30-minute webinar takes you through the ins and outs of MU3, giving you tips on how you can actually be successful with the program including:
- How the number of measures is misleading
- 2018 compared to 2017
- Whether or not your EHR measures up
- Major changes in the 2018 Final Rule
- How small practices can succeed in MIPS
- Where you can earn bonus points
- New thresholds
- Expanded exemptions
MIPS allows practices to decide whether providers report as individuals or groups. There are opportunities in making the best choice.
In this webinar, CareOptimize digs deep into the pros and cons of each and what you need to do to ensure you choose the category best for your practice. Topics include:
– The differences between the two categories
– How to determine which is best for you
– What to consider once you’ve chosen
– What the future holds for reporting categories