As small practices and solo practitioners prepare to submit their 2018 MIPS data while also preparing for MIPS Year 3, we understand that you may have unique challenges and questions. Understanding how small practices performed in previous years may help you better prepare for MIPS this year. This event features a panel of experts that understand MIPS and work regularly with small practices to help them succeed in MIPS. Join us for an open Question and Answer Town Hall event where panelists will present preliminary 2017 conclusions about small practice participation in MIPS and answer frequently asked questions by small group practices—including questions posed by people registering for the event and those participants during the event.

Participants will learn:

  • Answers to common MIPS questions asked by small group practices
  • Practical tips for addressing frequent challenges encountered by solo and small group practices
  • How the Final Rule will affect small group practices for 2019
  • How to avoid a penalty even if your practice does not use an EHR
  • How to access Free technical assistance resources available from CMS or a local Technical Assistance Organization funded by CMS

This event is designed for:

  • MIPS-eligible clinicians from solo and small group practices with 15 or fewer clinicians
  • Practice managers and other staff from small group practices
  • Persons supporting small group practices that are preparing for MIPS in 2019


Two opportunities will be provided to participate in this webinar. To register for the event, please choose one of the links provided below: