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the No. 1 Need for  CMS Quality Reporting Season? Time

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Oct 5, 2017 9:01:00 AM

Outsourcing quality reporting can be a wise move to eliminating the pains teams typically feel during reporting season.

As healthcare providers know from past experience, quality reporting can be a tedious process. The Quality Payment Program’s quality reporting season is quickly approaching, so we’ve been talking with a lot of providers about ways to make their reporting less stressful — while optimizing quality scores at the same time. One of the struggles that providers face as they try to meet reporting requirements – and the biggest quality reporting challenge most teams will face during the upcoming reporting season – is completing the work on time.

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Topics: quality reporting, data abstraction, healthcare quality, mips requirements, CMS Web Interface

7 Tips: Make Registry Abstraction Less Stressful

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Sep 7, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Looking for strategies to make submitting registry data less of a headache? In the August edition of For The Record, Primaris CEO Rick Royer offered seven tips for developing a less stressful registry reporting process.

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Topics: registry abstraction, data abstraction, electronic health records, EHR

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