Southern New England Practice Transformation Network
333 South Street
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Get set to track your practices preparation for the Merit-Based Incentive Payement System with this helpful checklist and information on the MIPS 2019 key changes!
SNE-PTN has partnered with the UMass Medical School Center for Integrated Primary Care (CIPC) to allow clinicians enrolled in TCPi to participate in online core courses free of charge. Take a look at the course offerings.
Photos and news from the Vision Source Administrator Meeting in Dallas.
Dr. Jeffery Whittington, an optometrist from West Virginia enrolled with the Southern New England Practice Transformation Network, shares a story of how his practice defused a patients eye emergency, saving them hundreds of dollars in potential emergency room fees, and earning his practice a new lifetime advocate.
Jay Flanagan shares how optometry practices across the country are saving patients thousands of dollars by giving them a more affordable alterative to the emergency room for eye emergencies.
SNE-PTN has partnered with the UMass Medical School Center for Integrated Primary Care (CIPC) to allow clinicians enrolled in TCPi to participate in online core courses free of charge.
These courses are offered in three content areas: 1) Motivational Interviewing (MI); 2) Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH); and 3) Integrated Care Management (ICM). Certificate-level coursework is also offered for MI and PCBH.
The Southern New England Practice Transformation Network (SNE-PTN), a collaborative led by UMass Medical School and UConn Health, has been selected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to present its cost savings achievements at the 2018 CMS Quality Conference.
As of October 2, 2017 there are only 90 days left in the performance period for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) Transition Year 2017. If your practice plans to report for a partial year, you will have to start collecting MIPS performance data on or before October 2.
This poster presented at the CMS Quality Conference in December 2016 outlines strategies used by the Southern New England Practice Transformation Network (SNE-PTN) to enroll more than 5,000 clinicians from a variety of specialties by the end of October 2016.