HAVING TROUBLE SIFTING OUT THE DETAILS OF MEANINGFUL USE?
Join The Illinois Primary Health Care Association for Meaningful Use Training and learn important details as the attestation deadline fast approaches on March 31th. Key Presenter Janet Baxter, MBA, RHIA, Program Manager at the Alliance of Chicago, along with speakers from CHITREC, ILHITREC and the Meaningful Use Help Desk will lead a day on Meaningful Use. Learn about Meaningful Use, the measures, and what’s new in the attestation process.
Please bring your laptop to begin attesting during the training!
MEANINGFUL USE TRAINING
February 10, 2017|10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
IPHCA Institute for Learning, 500 S. Ninth St., Second Floor, Springfield, IL 62701
IPHCA Members: $150/per attendee
Non-Members: $200/per attendee
- Understand the Meaningful Use measures for 2016 and 2017
- Focus on the attestation process
- Understand how MIPS and MACRA relate to Meaningful Use
- Understand clinical quality measures and value-based payments
- Introduce stage 3 measures
Each attendee must bring a:
- Copy of their Clinician List and NPI numbers
Key Presenter – Janet Baxter, MBA, RHIA, Program Manager
Ms. Baxter’s role at Alliance of Chicago Community Health Services is to increase the Meaningful Use of electronic records, as defined by CMS and the various state programs. She has many years’ experience in process improvement and workflow design. She holds an M.B.A. from University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a B.S. from the University of Puget Sound, and a graduate certificate in Health Information Management from University of Illinois at Chicago. Before coming to the Alliance, Ms. Baxter was an EHR trainer at Presence Health, working with physicians as they moved from paper records. She learned the Meaningful Use requirements as an intern at CHITREC, Chicago’s HIT regional extension center. As part of her current role, Ms. Baxter supports Illinois’ Meaningful Use Help Desk for Medicaid participants around the state. She is also an adjunct professor with the HIM Department at Resurrection University in Chicago.
PLEASE NOTE: Each attendee will have some homework before the day of the training. Details will be sent with registration. It is recommended that attendees have an active IMPACT login with access to eMIPP for eligible providers. Assistance is available through the Illinois Medicaid EHR Incentive Help Desk at 855-684-3571.