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DateEventSpeaker(s)FormatRegister
10/2/2019Healthcare Made Better Through Community Coalitionsatom Alliance Quality Improvement AdvisorsLive Webinar (Offered Twice) Go

Partner Events

DateTitleSpeaker(s)DescriptionRegister
09/17/2019
1:00pm EST
NHSN LTC WEBINAR SERIESMorgan Katz, MD, MHS Go
09/17/2019
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CDT
Considerations for Joining an Alternative Payment Model (APM) for Solo and Small Group PracticesQPPAs many solo and small group practices advance in MIPS or consider other payment options, participation in an alternative payment model (APM) deserves consideration. Understanding how APMs and advanced APMs work and the pros and cons of APM participation can help with this decision. This event will provide free and objective information about what is required to participate in an advanced APM, the potential advantages of transitioning from MIPS to an APM, and how to know if your practice is ready. The event will feature a panel of experts that understand APMs, work regularly with clinicians and practices to help them succeed in MIPS and APMs, and that will provide you with practical advice on how to know if APM participation will benefit your practice and patients. Go
09/18/2019
12-1 p.m.
Lunch and Learn
Sickle Cell Disease:
Pain and Treatment
Curtis Owens, MD
Methodist Healthcare Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center
Learn about sickle cell disease pain, complications and treatment options. Advanced registration required. Limited seating. Call 901-516-8137
09/19/2019
2:30:00 PM - 3:30:00 PM CDT
Considerations for Joining an Alternative Payment Model (APM) for Solo and Small Group PracticesQPPAs many solo and small group practices advance in MIPS or consider other payment options, participation in an alternative payment model (APM) deserves consideration. Understanding how APMs and advanced APMs work and the pros and cons of APM participation can help with this decision. This event will provide free and objective information about what is required to participate in an advanced APM, the potential advantages of transitioning from MIPS to an APM, and how to know if your practice is ready. The event will feature a panel of experts that understand APMs, work regularly with clinicians and practices to help them succeed in MIPS and APMs, and that will provide you with practical advice on how to know if APM participation will benefit your practice and patients. Go
09/24/2019
5:30 pm

Location:
Wilson Hall Auditorium
251 S. Claybrooke
Memphis, TN 38104
Your Passion is Your DestinyPhil "Darius" WallacePlease come be our guest for an evening of inspiration and encouragement. Phil Darius Wallace is a magnetic speaker who captivates his audience with compelling storytelling and humor.Limited seating. Register by Sept. 5. Contact:
jaqueline.harris@mlh.org
10/15/2019
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. ET
HOW TO TRANSFORM YOUR PRACTICE WORKFLOW TO SUCCEED IN MIPS: ADVICE FOR SOLO AND SMALL GROUP PRACTICESQPPAlthough the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) is heading into its fourth year, some small practices may still have questions as to how to best streamline their processes to maximize their incentive payment. For those new to MIPS or for those looking to improve how they are doing, interacting with clinicians, practice managers, and persons that regularly advise small practices on succeeding in MIPS will provide key insights. Join us for a roundtable event where panelists share their insights and challenges related to succeeding in MIPS, including topics such as care coordination techniques, effectively creating and using EHR functionalities, collaborating with community partners, engaging your staff, and how MIPS work can be aligned with other work you do to help your patients and practice succeed. Go
10/17/2019
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET
HOW TO TRANSFORM YOUR PRACTICE WORKFLOW TO SUCCEED IN MIPS: ADVICE FOR SOLO AND SMALL GROUP PRACTICESQPPAlthough the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) is heading into its fourth year, some small practices may still have questions as to how to best streamline their processes to maximize their incentive payment. For those new to MIPS or for those looking to improve how they are doing, interacting with clinicians, practice managers, and persons that regularly advise small practices on succeeding in MIPS will provide key insights. Join us for a roundtable event where panelists share their insights and challenges related to succeeding in MIPS, including topics such as care coordination techniques, effectively creating and using EHR functionalities, collaborating with community partners, engaging your staff, and how MIPS work can be aligned with other work you do to help your patients and practice succeed. Go