Have you explored the Quality Payment
Program (QPP) website lately? Did you have trouble finding what you
were looking for? Did you click on all the links but leave the website with
more questions than answers?
If the answer is yes, tell the Centers for
Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) all about it and get credit for the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) improvement activities
CMS is looking for physicians to provide
feedback on the QPP website, including products, services, educational
materials, and website content.
CMS says the
feedback sessions take 30 to 60 minutes and can be done over the phone, via
video conference, or through email.
feedback, you may claim credit for the “Participation in User Testing of the
Quality Payment Program Website” MIPS improvement activity.
This is a
medium-weighted activity that is worth 10 points. However, because of special
scoring policies, points for this category double for individual clinicians,
groups, or virtual groups who hold a “special status”: small practice (15 or fewer MIPS-eligible
clinicians), nonpatient facing, rural, and/or health professional shortage
area. To find out if you have one of these designations, check your QPP participation status.
interested, email CMSQPPFeedback[at]Ketchum[dot]com
to participate in feedback sessions and get MIPS credit.
information about the MIPS improvement activities category, refer to this CMS fact sheet.
Last Updated On
November 12, 2018
Originally Published On
November 08, 2018