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Want to see the future of MACRA for Primary Care?
March 30, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am EDTFree
MACRA for Primary Care, How Is the Of Future Primary Care Being Affected?
MACRA for Primary Care, starting in 2017, a large percentage of Primary Care practices’ Medicare payments will be based on value – not on volume, like the current fee-for-service system. High value care will be defined by measures of quality and efficiency, and Primary Care Providers will earn more or less depending on their performance against those measures.
Primary Care Providers that are billing $30,000 of Medicare and see 100 or more Medicare patients per year are subject to comply with MACRA for Primary Care. Physicians failing to participate will be subject to a deduction of 9% per year by the year 2020. All the money will be deducted from Primary Care Providers ignoring MACRA for Primary Care and be allocated back to the Primary Care Providers that excel in performance on MACRA for Primary Care guidelines. Microwize is committed to helping Primary Care Providers to be among the top providers avoiding penalties and striving for bonuses. The difference between a 9% penalty and a 9% bonus is 18%; please ignore this message if you don’t care about 18% of Medicare income, otherwise join our free workshop.
70% of practices participating this year will report through the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), and under the final rule, scoring is broken down into four categories:
Advancing Care Information (ACI)
Clinical Practice Improvement Activities (CPIA)
If you have the information you need on MIPS (the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System) and its scoring categories, you’ll see just how flexible and easy it can be. Join us for a webinar on
Advancing Care Information – Meet Your Objective