Tap Into Your Free Support from QPP of Illinois

The Quality Payment Program (QPP) is the new method by which your clinicians will be paid by Medicare.  The QPP of Illinois (QPP-IL) is a fully-funded, free resource to support any small-practice clinician eligible for MIPS.  QPP-IL offers free, expert service via phone and email, and valuable resources including MIPScast, a tool allowing clinicians to predict their MIPS score.

Illinois has over 7,000 eligible clinicians whose staff can access and utilize this free resource center.  The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services tasked us with engaging 90% of eligible providers–that’s over 6,300 providers, by November 30th.  We want to talk to you!

There are several ways to access free services from the QPP-IL Resource Center:

  • Register for and attend a 10-minute online event (on demand–at your convenience) instructed by our subject matter expert, Sam Ross, to learn more about QPP: QPP Radio
  • Reach out to our help desk at 844-QPP-DESK (844-777-3375) or qpphelp@chitrec.org to speak with one of our QPP advisors
  • Register and attend any of our Wednesday noon hour webinars and office hours at QPP-IL.org
  • Join our Town Hall online event on Tues, November 21 at either 12:15pm CST, or 4:30 PM CST, hosted by Janet Baxter from AllianceChicago.

Access to Your QPP Advisors

Your Quality Payment Program of Illinois Advisors:  Deb Gory, Alison Rhodes, and Lindsey Kane, are available M-F 8:30am-5pm CST, excluding holidays, to help guide you through your QPP Resource Center experience.  If you have any questions about QPP, the QPP Resource Center, please email or call:  qpphelp@chitrec.org, or 1-844-QPP-DESK (1-844-777-3375).  Also, check out our website, http://qpp-il.org/

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