Join CMS, ONC, and industry representatives on Thursday, June 4, from12pm – 1:30pm ET for an eHealth webinar session entitled “Taking the Next Step with Electronic Quality Measures (eCQM 102) for Quality Reporting Programs – How to Implement Quality Measure Updates.”
This webinar will provide useful background information and context for those involved in the implementation of electronic clinical quality measures (eCQMs), including practice administrators, quality leadership, clinicians, physician assistants, information technology leadership and other professionals.
Participants will have an opportunity to get answers from CMS, ONC, and industry experts on questions related to eCQM updates and the resulting implementations.
The webinar will include an outline of the eCQM annual updates and a discussion of the implementation process and associated workflow implications.
There will also be a live Q&A session where participants can ask eHealth experts their questions. Please email any questions you would like the presenters to address during the webinar to Alyssa Crawford (email@example.com).
To register for this webinar, please register here. Registration is limited, but a recording and transcript of the webinar will available on the CMS eHealth website after the event.
Want more information about eCQMs?
More information about eCQMs is available on the eCQI Resource Center. Additionally, a recording of the introductory webinar, Getting Started with Electronic Quality Measures eCQM 101 for Quality Reporting Programs, is available on the CMS eHealth Events page.
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