Participating in MIPS shouldn’t have to be difficult, but when you go it alone it can be overwhelming. The rules are complex and continue to change, and quality measures pertaining to urology don’t carry much weight for final scores. Don’t let this complexity and lack of measure benchmark data for specialists be a roadblock to your success in the MIPS program.
Todd D. Cohen, MD, of Carolina Urology Partners and SA Ignite share how urology specialty groups are conquering the complexities of MIPS and achieving top scores. Get some tips on how to easily identify measures that align with the goals of your practice and achieve higher MIPS scores. Find ways you can simplify the overall management of the MIPS program itself to reduce staff burden.