The MIPS Improvement Activities performance category gauges your participation in activities that improve clinical practice – such as ongoing care coordination, clinician and patient shared decision making, regularly using patient safety practices and expanding practice access.
In the 2018 performance period, MIPS eligible clinicians will be able to choose from 100+ activities to show their performance. It can be confusing, let us guide you through the process. Our Speaker Daniel Day covers how an investment in time now will pay off pay when your practice must report to meet MIPS requirements.
What You Will Learn
- How to determine Improvement Activities Score depending on your practice size
- What processes you may already be performing that can be utilized as Improvement Activities
- How to meet the performance threshold with Improvement Activities