“Achieve Success with PQRS:
A Psychologist’s Guide for Mastering the Measures”
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Puzzled by PQRS? Dr. Paula Hartman-Stein, clinical psychologist and Medicare correspondent for The National Psychologist, has simplified PQRS participation for psychologists and social workers. A 2 HOUR DVD SET and RECORDING TEMPLATES ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
Click here for an introduction: http://youtu.be/dQnZuEPJP8A
The following topics are divided into chapters in the set of 2 DVDs:
- Origins & History of PQRS
- Pros and Cons of Participation
- Deciding on Claims-based vs Registry Reporting
- Mastering the Measures (with clinical suggestions for follow-up plans)
- Understanding our friend, “The Mav”
- The Claim Form: Dollars and Cents
- Guide to Understanding Registry Measures
- Direction from the Dashboard
- Future directions of quality initiatives
- 3 R’s: Resources, References, & Reassurance
“Running a small group practice is increasingly challenging. Overhead expenses do not decrease even as insurance rates stagnate. The 2 percent Medicare sequestration rate reduction has not helped. Another 2 percent loss from PQRS would be another blow. Fortunately, we have never had to pay the penalty thanks to training from Dr.Paula Hartman Stein. Having attended her live PQRS workshop and received her CD’s and templates have provided the necessary preparation. Her style is clear and down to earth. I highly recommend he program.”
Peter Kanaris, Ph.D.
“As a psychiatric mental health clinical nurse specialist I am so grateful for your help in this area of PQRS. I have taken your seminar and found it to be a life saver in my practice. Thank you for sharing your expertise.”
Barbara A. Hyatt, MS, PMHCNS-BC
The Commons at Chadds Ford
Individual, Marital, and Family Therapy
Purchasing Options are:
The complete training package for PQRS 2016 contains the following for $225 including shipping/handling and sales tax:
- A set of 2 one hour DVDs divided into chapter topics. The video was produced in 2015 in front of a group of clinicians and billing staff; the principles covered remain the same for 2016.
- Downloadable slides from the DVD set
- A set of both claims-based and Dementia measure group tracking templates are included that are updated to reflect changes in language and reporting rules for 2016.
- A list of the individual measures available for Registry reporting to assist providers in choosing their method of reporting. These can be duplicated for use of up to 12 providers throughout the year.
- A two page summary of the 2016 PQRS changes of the measures open to behavioral health providers.
Price: $195.00 (including tax and shipping) ****SAVE 30% !!!
Option 2 below
For $90 (including shipping/handling and sales tax)
•A set of both claims-based and Dementia measure group tracking templates are included that are updated to reflect changes in language and reporting rules for 2016.
•A list of the individual measures available for Registry reporting to assist providers in choosing their method of reporting. These can be duplicated for use of up to 12 providers throughout the year.
•A two page summary of the 2016 PQRS changes of the measures open to behavioral health providers.
Phone Consultation: For questions on PQRS for individual behavioral health providers, phone consultations are available for $190 (for approximately an hour) (less than joining a Registry).
For GROUP practices the consultation fee is $250 per hour.
Questions should be submitted via email in advance. Requests for consultation can be made via e-mail: email@example.com or call (330)678-9210
Customers who have purchased either of the two training options of PQRS 2016 updates can now listen to an 80 minute archived Q and A conference call recorded January 19th.
Dr Paula Hartman Stein and her admin assistant unearthed new facts and shared them with 30 professionals on January 19th on a Q and A conference call that can be accessed by those who have purchased either of the 2016 PQRS training options.
Here are a few new tips:
To report The Dementia Measures group in 2016 only one patient encounter is required, rather than 2.
For the Elder Maltreatment measure CPT code 96152 has been added.
Pay for performance appears to be starting with the addition of 2 new measures in registry reporting: measures 411 and 270 that require the PHQ-9.
If you have purchased either of the 2016 PQRS training options, request access to the call through firstname.lastname@example.org