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2024 Healthcare Leaders Association of Alabama Summer Conference July 29-31, 2024 The Lodge at Gulf State Park, A Hilton Hotel Gulf Shores, AL https://www.hlaalabama.com/site_page.cfm?pk_association_webpage_menu=1609&pk_association_webpage=4683  

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2019 Promoting Interoperability Hardship Exception Now Available

2019 MIPS Promoting Interoperability Hardship Exception Applications are Now Available CMS is now accepting hardship exception applications for the Promoting Interoperability (PI) category for the 2019 MIPS performance period. The following exceptions are available: Small practice De-certified EHR technology Insufficient Internet connectivity Extreme and uncontrollable circumstances such as disaster, practice closure, severe financial distress, or vendor issues Lack of control over the availability of certified EHR (CEHRT) If your application is approved, your PI score…
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AL and MS Medicaid Program Attestation for 2018

Alabama Medicaid – Medicaid has changed the name of the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program to Promoting Interoperability (PI) Program. Alabama Medicaid is now accepting PY 2018 attestations and the deadline to submit your data is March 31, 2019. The link to Alabama’s State Level Registry (SLR) is https://alslr.thinkhts.com/. For more information, please refer to AL Medicaid’s Promoting Interoperability (PI) website: http://medicaid.alabama.gov/content/2.0_Newsroom/2.7_Special_Initiatives/2.7.2_Meaningful_Use.aspx.   Mississippi Medicaid – Medicaid has changed the name of the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program…
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MIPS Promoting Interoperability hardship exception now available

MIPS Promoting Interoperability hardship exception now available – Submit today, don’t wait! For 2018 MIPS, eligible clinicians can submit a QPP Hardship Exception Application to have the Promoting Interoperability (PI) performance category (formerly ACI) reweighted to 0 percent citing one of the following reasons: Small practices (15 or fewer clinicians) NEW for 2018 Using decertified EHR technology NEW for 2018 Insufficient Internet connectivity Extreme and uncontrollable circumstances Lack of control over the availability of CEHRT Application…
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