Quality Payment Program of Illinois

Quality Payment Program of Illinois

In partnership with Northern Illinois University, CHITREC provides direct support to thousands of providers in Illinois who are eligible to participate in the Quality Payment Program. To be eligible for assistance from QPP of Illinois, practices should have 15 or fewer clinicians and operate in rural locations, health professional shortage areas, and/or medically underserved areas. Direct technical assistance through the QPP Resource Center is available to all eligible clinicians for up to five years.

What does the QPP Resource Center offer?

  • Free-of-charge web portal curated by our experienced collaborators and advisors
  • Customized project plans that direct eligible practices to online resources that are appropriate for creating and reaching their QPP goals
  • Direct help desk assistance from experienced QPP advisors and managers
  • MIPScastâ„¢, an easy-to-use, interactive web application that predicts your MIPS score, identifies areas for improvement, and compares your practice to peers

If you are interested in signing up for the QPP Resource Center or would like to learn more about our services, email info@qpp-il.org or call 844-QPP-DESK (844-777-3375).

Making this program possible, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) awarded a contract to Altarum Institute to help small practices in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Wisconsin, and Minnesota prepare for and participate in the Quality Payment Program.

For more information on the Quality Payment Program, visit qpp.cms.gov.


Collaborators: Altarum Institute, Medical Advantage Group (MAG), Northern Illinois University, Alliance of Chicago, Michigan Center for Rural Health, MPRO, Purdue Healthcare Advisors, Stratis Health, MetaStar, and University of Kentucky

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