In this webinar, we will offer a complete guide to Medicare's Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) reporting requirements for the 2019 performance year. A concise overview of the MIPS program will be provided, including its time frames, reporting methods, scoring, and payment adjustment mechanisms. In particular, we will focus on the minimum amount of reporting required of providers in order to avoid a Part B payment penalty in 2021. We will examine the four component programs of MIPS and analyze the quality measures for each that are most applicable to ENT physicians. We will identify optimal measures that balance clinical relevance with ease of reporting. A Q&A period will follow the presentation.
- Comprehensive overview of the MIPS program, including time frames and exemptions via the low-volume threshold
- Review of MIPS payment adjustment mechanisms, including the application of budget neutrality and the exceptional performance bonus
- Review of MIPS components and scoring
- Explanation of minimum MIPS reporting requirements for 2019
- Possible paths to satisfying the minimum MIPS requirements from the perspective of ENT physicians
- Review of MIPS reporting options
About The Speaker:
Grant Huang brings extensive knowledge to his role as Director of Content at DoctorsManagement. He produces educational products that help ensure that auditors, coders, practice managers and administrators optimize their organization’s revenue cycle while improving their compliance in today’s complex regulatory environment. Grant is a auditor with proficiency in multiple specialties, including but not limited, to orthopedics, cardiology, neurology, general surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine and physical and occupational therapy.
Prior to joining DoctorsManagement, Grant led a team of DecisionHealth reporters that covered Medicare regulatory changes and analyzed the physician revenue cycle, providing authoritative guidance in newsletters widely read by physician practices, consultants, and healthcare attorneys. He also developed and enhanced electronic solutions designed to improve revenue and compliance for healthcare provider organizations. Grant also has experience in healthcare analytics, having worked on business intelligence solutions that analyzed and benchmarked provider billing patterns.
Grant is a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) and Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA), and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Government from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He resides near Washington, D.C. and enjoys photography, reading and traveling.