What is the Future of Quality Reporting?

In our previous posts, we have noted the lack of Chiropractic-based Quality measures covered by the Quality Payment Program (QPP). This has troubled many chiropractors and many have wondered where

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The Improvement Activities Category Just Got Easier

Great news chiropractors! The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) created Technical Assistance Resource Centers across the nation to help you through the transition to the Quality Payment Program (QPP)!

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September is Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month!

Avoid use of opioids — and enhance your local practice. Join the Campaign September is designated Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month by the Society for Healthcare Strategy & Market Development

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Proposed Changes to MIPS in 2018

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released another proposal regarding calendar year 2018, the second year of the Quality Payment Program (QPP). In this latest release, CMS is

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PQRS Experience Report

As of January 1st, 2017, the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) ended and gave way to the Quality category under the new Quality Payment Program. Attestation for PQRS was accepted

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Does your practice need to comply with MACRA?

Do you know if your practice is earning enough in Medicare revenue to comply with The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA)?  All of the changes taking

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Quality Payment Program Site Updates

If you’ve been accessing the Quality Payment Program (QPP) website as often as ChiroTouch has, you may have noticed the enhancements made to the website over the past few weeks.

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What is the APM Reporting Track Under QPP?

By now, you are probably familiar with the Quality Payment Program (QPP), and most chiropractors know what they need to do to report in 2017. Chiropractors are likely to follow

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Data Breaches in Healthcare and How To Protect Your Patient Payment Data – PART II

Healthcare Offices – A Lucrative Target for Data Breaches Many healthcare offices make the mistake of thinking they are too small for a cyberattack – considering that only the largest

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