Lessons Learned from 2017 MIPS Submissions

One Organization's Journey from Beginning to Submission

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Quality reporting is complex and places a significant reporting burden on hospitals and providers. Improving performance on quality metrics and reporting accurate data to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is central to an organization’s success. How did you do on your 2017 Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) submission to CMS?

Join us as we follow one organization’s MIPS journey from implementation through submission. We will also reveal collective results from 2017 MIPS submissions. You’ll see a sampling of 2017 MIPS submission data from real providers and review some of the common challenges found this year.

Don’t miss this chance to see how your organization stacks up against others in the first year of MIPS.

What You Will Learn:

  • Results of a sampling of 2017 MIPS submissions to CMS
  • One organization’s MIPS journey from beginning through submission
  • How to create a plan for your organization to successfully participate in the Quality Payment Program in 2018 and beyond

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Thought Leaders

Ken McCormick
Executive Vice President of Client Services
Medisolv
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Ken McCormick brings over fifteen years of technology experience in health care settings to Medisolv. Prior to joining Medisolv, Ken was Director of Information Systems and Lean for St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, MD. He has a proven track record of successful IT implementations and operation as well as demonstrated excellence in bringing people and technology together to help end users perform successfully in complex operational environments.

Ken is experienced in consulting to executive and senior level management to improve organizational effectiveness through enhanced organizational systems. While serving as Director at St. Agnes, he led numerous advanced clinical implementations including Bedside Medication Verification, Physician Documentation and CPOE. In 2008 St. Agnes received Stage 6 Electronic Medical Record (EMR) adoption recognition from HIMSS Analytics. Ken received a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medicine from the University of Maryland and a Master of Science in Hospital and Health Services Administration from The George Washington University.

Denise Scott
Director of Ambulatory Measures
Medisolv
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Denise Scott has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare and over 15 years in healthcare technology. Prior to joining Medisolv, Denise was a director of quality, informatics and Clinical integration for two large medical groups, and served as the Manager of HIT Services at Mass Pro. Denise is board certified in nursing informatics and is a certified MACRA/MIPS Healthcare Professional.

In her current position at Medisolv, Denise is a subject matter expert in workflow redesign and meaningful use. Denise works with clients to assess and analyze clinical workflows, evaluate data for the purpose of validation and compliance and helps clients navigate and understand the requirements for clinician regulatory submission.

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