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VCSQI Webinar Class: Coordinated Care & Population Management Milestones

https://youtu.be/X9wvuXtYR8o VCSQI SAN 2.0 TCPI Quality Payment Program Transformation Coaches Ivan Berkley and Sherri White review steps to achieve Milestones in Health Care Coordination and Population Management in this 30 minute class recorded September 11, 2018. You can access the recording of Coordinated Care and Population Management – Milestones 8, 9, 10 for specialty care and 11, […]

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VCSQI Webinar Class: Streamlining Clinical & Office Work, Milestone 22 & 27

You can access the recording of Streamlining Clinical and Office Work – Milestone 22 for Specialty Care and 27 for Primary Care held on September 4 here. Here is the presentation slide set: Streamling Clinical and Office Work – Class 5-final

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TCPI Update for September 10 – New Website with Resources for 22 Milestones

We are now sending weekly updates on Mondays in an effort to promote continuing attention to meeting milestones and progressing through the phases of transformation.   NEW WEBSITE with Resources for Meeting the 22 Specialty Milestones: Click Here     VCSQI’s Weekly Web-based “Classes” Help You Accelerate Meeting TCPI Milestones and Progressing TCPI’s 5 Phases To […]

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VCSQI Webinar: Identifying Patient Risk and Using Best Practices to address TCPI Milestones

VCSQI SAN 2.0 Project Director Debbie Nadzam Melnyk and Clinical Practice Transformation Coaches Ivan Berkel and Sherry White provide insights in Identifying Patient Risk and Using Best Practices to address TCPI Milestones 7 & 11 for Specialty Care, and 8, 9, 10 & 16 for Primary Care. Shared Resources: 5 Ways to Prevent Hospitalization of Seniors: preventing hosptitalization […]

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View Recorded Web-based Classes on Milestones Here

VCSQI to Hold Web-based “Classes” to Accelerate Your TCPI Progress Through the 5 Phases To help your practice successfully meet the TCPI milestones, we will hold a series of web-based “classes” over the next several weeks. Each class will address a group of milestones along common themes.  The TCPI Project for primary care clinicians includes […]

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VCSQI SAN 2.0 Opioid Management Workgroup – April 26, 2018

Discussion of Use of Patient & Provider Opioid Agreements/Contracts TPP_Sample_Patient_Contract SamplePatientAgreementForms SamplePrescriberPatientAgreementOpioidTreatmentForNonCancerPain Sample Patient Agreement

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Opioid Pain Management: Expert Presentations March 15, 2018

View 3 presentations from VCSQI Meeting in Richmond, Va. Opioid Pain Management: From Practice to Regulation & Back Again, Barbara Allison-Bryan, MD, Va. Dept. of Health Professions    There and Back Again: An Opioid Tale, Marc Huntoon, MD, Virginia Commonwealth University, Director of Pain Management, Orthopaedic and Wellness Center   Patient Safety Initiatives & Next […]

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Overcoming Challenges to MIPS Participation

 2018 – QPP and MIPS – What’s Different and What You Should be Doing NOW Quality category – You must submit data for 6 measures, for the full year; quality weight drops from 60% to 50% of total MIPS score (10% went to Cost category). You should already be collecting quality data and submitting through claims or […]

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March 15 – Regulations & Guidelines; Use of Risk Tool; How to Have the Difficult Conversation with a Patient

From Practice to Regulation and Back Again Presented by Barbara Allison-Bryan, MD, Virginia Department of Health Professions, and Marc Huntoon, MD, Virginia Commonwealth University Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Management Specialist at VCSQI March 15, 2018 Quarterly Meeting in Richmond, Va. Includes Virginia’s national leadership efforts to impact prescribing practices and evidence-based pain management practices […]

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How to Get Your EIDM and Enter CMS QPP MIPS Data

If you are planning to participate in MIPS, it’s time to access the portal and begin your data entry process.  You have until March 31st to enter final data.  Here are a few key facts to keep in mind: A clinician is eligible to participate in MIPS if in 2017 the clinicians saw at least […]

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