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Is Your Healthcare Team Ready for Quality Reporting? Pick Your Partner

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Jun 14, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Group of nurses and physicians huddled up with their hands inside the circle, ready to rally for the win.

Quick baseball quiz, by the numbers: 56? 714? 511? (Answers: Joe DiMaggio’s record hitting streak; Babe Ruth’s home run total; Cy Young’s win total.) Number of World Series championships Yogi Berra was part of? 10. Number of players who have played all nine positions in a single game? And who are they?

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Topics: quality reporting, value-based care

Is Your Lineup Ready for Quality Reporting? Your Patient is the MVP

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Jun 7, 2018 9:00:00 AM

MVP button on a man's shirt, indicating that the patient if the MVP: Most Valuable Patient.

One of the most grueling aspects of Major League Baseball is the long, long season: 162 regular-season games and potentially 20 more for teams that make it to the postseason. The players that shine the brightest of all the stars are culled to select a Most Valuable Player award.

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Topics: MIPS quality reporting, healthcare data abstraction, registry abstraction, quality reporting, core measures abstraction, The Year of the Patient, patient experience

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