Please join SCORH’s Center for Practice Transformation for the next installment of the 2018 Best Chance Network and WISEWOMAN Webinar Training Series. This webinar will discuss screenable cancers and practical tips for rural clinicians to be proactive about integrating cancer screening into their practices/clinics.
Sonya Younger, DHEC’s Comprehensive Cancer Control Program Manager will be the presenter for this session. SCORH has joined forces with DHEC’s Best Chance Network and WISEWOMAN Programs to increase the number of rural providers offering these life-saving services and increase the number of women being served by these programs in rural communities. This is accomplished through training (online and in-person) and practice-based technical assistance offered by QI coaches.
In partnership with Alliant Quality, the South Carolina Office of Rural Health (SCORH) will be offering a Quality Payment Program (QPP)/Merit-Based Incentive Program (MIPS) workshop in your area for small practices. To maximize reimbursement and avoid a penalty, practices should already be tracking their performance and taking steps to improve their Quality, Cost, and Advanced Care Information measures.
This workshop will assist with implementation and practice strategies to maximize your performance and subsequent payment under the Medicare’s QPP/ MIPS program. This event features members of the SCORH Team that work regularly with small practices to help them succeed with MIPS. The team will guide practices in their 2018 MIPS strategic planning/ implementation, answer frequently asked questions, and provide strategies for improving their performance. The goal of the SCORH Team is to ensure all South Carolina practices participate in the Quality Payment Program (QPP)/MACRA/MIPS, successfully.
This webinar will cover Advance Care Planning, and will include when and how to broach this topic with Veterans and other patients. The VA’s Community Clergy Training program will be highlighted as a tremendous rural community resource. This webinar is from 12 -1 pm ET. Recommended attendees include rural healthcare providers and practice staff.
In partnership with Alliant Quality, the South Carolina Office of Rural Health will be offering a Quality Payment Program/Merit-Based Incentive Program (MIPS) workshop in your area for small practices. This workshop is targeted at helping small SC practices (15 or fewer clinicians attached to a shared tax identification number) fully participate and be successful in the MIPS program.
This event features members of the SCORH Team that understand MIPS and work regularly with small practices to help them succeed with MIPS. The team will guide practices in their 2018 MIPS strategic planning, answer frequently asked questions, and provide strategies for improving your performance.
Join us at the 22nd Annual Rural Health Conference in Myrtle Beach! At the conference, you will gain a wealth of information on rural health topics and have the opportunity to network with colleagues from all across the state!