Despite COVID-19: Providers Should Not Lose Sight of MIPS Compliance
Like many other things, the COVID-19 crisis has delayed, diverted, or derailed many organizations’ reporting efforts and capabilities. Lower procedure volumes, new remote work scenarios, and shifting priorities have taken attention away from MIPS work.
Despite the disruptions and uncertainties associated with the pandemic, healthcare organizations should not lose track of MIPS compliance and the program’s intent to improve care quality, reduce costs, and facilitate interoperability.
Take a look at what Nextech's VP of Regulatory says are the few strategies for keeping a MIPS program top of mind in HIT Consultant.