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Elevation Health Partners offers our clients many ways to learn: forums, live webinars, recorded webinars, free continuing education.

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Get the information you need at the time that works for you. Our knowledge library focuses on the topics you've told us are most important, from the latest requirements of meaningful use to the challenges of using quality data from your EHR. The Knowledge Center includes On Demand sessions of the most highly rated annual conference sessions, recorded webinars, and JHL modules. Click here to learn about the Continuing Education Credits we offer.

 

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Medicare Payment Reform Resource Center

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Medicare Payment Reform Resource Center

CMPRN Mission

The CMPRN provides direct technical assistance services to all MIPS Eligible Providers in California.

 

Goals

 

To ensure at least 80% of providers achieve a neutral or positive composite score by 2021 in accordance with The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (H.R. 2).

 

Background

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) provides incentives for health care providers to adopt Health Information Technology/ Electronic Health Records (EHRs). Meaningful Use is the set of standards (measures) defined by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). There are incentive funds for both Medicare and Medicaid providers.

In California, the Office of Health Information Technology (OHIT) has been established within DHCS to develop goals and metrics for the program, establish policies and procedures, and to implement systems to disburse, track, and report the incentive payments. OHIT works closely with the Office of the Deputy Secretary for Health Information Technology in the California Health and Human Services Agency to coordinate the Medi-Cal Electronic Health Record Incentive Program.

In November, 2015 the California Technical Assistance Program (CTAP) was launched with $37.5 million in federal and state funds. This program is designed to continue the work of the Regional Extension Center Program which has provided assistance to over 12,000 professionals in adopting, implementing, upgrading and meaningfully using certified electronic health record technology. The CTAP program is designed to deliver free services to assist an additional 7,500 professionals, with special emphasis on solo practitioners and specialists.