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Lunch & Learn - August 25: Patient Focused Risk Management: An Ethical Approach Part I

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10/20/2017
Lunch & Learn - October 20: How to Ethically Respond to a Subpoena or Court Order

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11/17/2017
Lunch & Learn - November 17: When to Ethically Break Confidentiality


 

 

Medicare's 2015 PQRS

Medicare's 2015 Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS):

Medicare's Unique Approach to Quality Assurance

Are PQRS and Medicare leaving you with more questions than answers? PPA is here to help!

PPA is providing this information that may be of interest to psychologists who work with the PQRS system. This article, entitled “Medicare’s 2015 Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS): Medicare’s Unique Approach to Quality Assurance,” is free to all psychologists. In addition, psychologists can obtain one hour of CE credit for reading the article by clicking on the link above.

The article covers basic information about Medicare’s 2015 Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) for psychologists, how to identify relevant measures, and how to report them through claims-based or registry reporting. Group practice reporting options will not be covered in this article.

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