This Week: Hospital IQR Program Requirements for CY 2020 Reporting (FY 2022 Payment Determination) Webinar
March 16, 2020
Have you seen the 2020 CMS QRDA I Implementation Guide? Do you have any questions? We have answers! Join us for the Hospital IQR Program Requirements for CY 2020 Reporting (FY 2022 Payment Determination) Webinar this week. This presentation will highlight calendar year (CY) 2020 Hospital IQR Program requirements and review aligned CY 2020 eCQM reporting requirements for the Hospital IQR and Medicare Promoting Interoperability Programs. See below for details about the webinar:
Hospital IQR Program Requirements for CY 2020 Reporting (FY 2022 Payment Determination) Webinar
Objectives: Participants will be able to identify CY 2020 quarterly and annual requirements for the Hospital IQR Program, understand CY 2020 areas of alignment between the Hospital IQR and Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program requirements, and locate resources for the Hospital IQR Program and eCQMs.
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Program Manager NCI
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