Ensure all the elements of a complete PQRS action plan to report successfully and escape penalties

CMS just sealed the deal in the final 2016 Medicare physician fee schedule. Meeting the new PQRS requirements is tougher than ever. You must report nine required measures across three national quality domains including at least one cross-cutting measure to avoid a potential 6% pay cut in 2018 based on your work in 2016.

And this is just the tip of the iceberg!

Don't get penalized; get prepared. Register today to learn step-by-step how to build the ultimate PQRS action plan with strategies to ease compliance in the much harsher quality reporting environment in 2016.

Join Jeanne Chamberlin, the premier authority on PQRS, to get up-to-speed on the latest program changes with high-level strategies to develop a strong action plan to achieve quality reporting and avoid pay cuts.

Don't delay and register today to join Jeanne Chamberlin, a PQRS expert, for this training where you will learn how to:

The quality reporting changes in CMS' final rule are substantial. If you've waited until now to get a game plan, you're already behind the eight ball. Don't waste any more time and register for this critical PQRS training today to ensure you have an effective action plan to avoid penalties and report successfully.

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Your Expert Presenter

Jeanne J. ChamberlinJeanne J. Chamberlin, MA, FACMPE

Jeanne is a health care management consultant recognized for her ability to bring understanding and consensus to difficult management decisions. Jeanne's expertise stems from more than 25 years in business planning, process/system improvement and finance for health care provider organizations. Prior to joining MSOC, Jeanne was the practice administrator at Chapel Hill Internal Medicine, a nine-provider, multi-specialty private practice. In this role, she had direct experience with the frustrations and stress resulting from a poorly implemented transition to electronic medical records. Jeanne is a fellow in the American College of Medial Practice Executives and has served as president of Triangle Medical Managers. She earned her MA in Public Policy at Duke University and her BA in sociology from Beloit College in Beloit, Wis.