If you have patients who are at risk for type 2 diabetes, our Diabetes Prevention 101 Program provides a supportive group environment where they can learn strategies to make measurable lifestyle changes. These changes can reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes or preventing it altogether. All classes are led by our Registered Dietitians and Certified Diabetes Educators.
More specifically, the two hour class will focus on the following:
• What is Pre-Diabetes?
• How to reduce the risks for Diabetes
• Healthy eating guidelines and meal planning
• The benefits of physical activity
• Goal setting
• Improving coping skills and eliminating barriers to change
224 Alexander Park, Suite 200
For more information or to register for this class, call 585.922.8400.
Class is held the first Thursday of every month from 2PM – 4PM.
2655 Ridgeway Avenue, Ste. 220
For more information or to register for this class, call 585.368.4560.
Class is held the first Thursday of every month from 4PM – 6PM.
Over 9% of Americans will develop Type 2 Diabetes in their lifetime, but if identified early, it can be prevented. The evidence-based Diabetes Prevention Program showed a reduction in incidence of developing diabetes by 58%. Our objective is to provide access to prevention programs to those who may benefit from it. Please check out our flyers for more information.
Diabetes Prevention Program
When Does it Start?
Tuesday, April 23. At 9:30 a.m.
The sessions are weekly.
The Center for Community Health & Prevention
46 Prince St., 3rd floor, Rochester, NY 14607
For more information, or to register:
Contact Daniela Castro (585) 224-2067
Type II diabetes can be prevented!
The data submission deadline for Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) eligible clinicians who participated in Year 2 (2018) of the Quality Payment Program is two weeks away. Data can be submitted and updated any time until 8:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.
CMS Web Interface users need to report their Quality performance category data by 8:00 p.m. EST on March 22, 2019. Clinicians who reported Quality measures via Medicare Part B claims can sign in to qpp.cms.gov to view current performance based on claims that have been processed by your Medicare Administrative Contractor.
If you are working with a third-party intermediary to submit data on your behalf, we encourage you to sign in to the Quality Payment Program website during the submission period and review the submission for accuracy. Data cannot be resubmitted after the submission period closes.
How to Sign-in to the Quality Payment Program Data Submission System to View or Submit Data
To sign in to qpp.cms.gov and submit data (or view data submitted on your behalf), you need:
• An account (user ID and password)
• Access to your organization
If you’ve signed in to qpp.cms.gov before or have an account with one of the PV/PQRS roles that lets you submit QPP data, you can use those credentials (user ID and password) to sign in at https://qpp.cms.gov/login.
If you’ve never signed in to qpp.cms.gov before, or don’t have an account with one of the PV/PQRS roles that lets you submit QPP data, you’ll need to create an account before you can sign in. Review the QPP Access User Guide and click Register on the sign in page so you can sign in to submit, or view, data.
Note: Clinicians who are not sure if they are eligible to participate in the Quality Payment Program can check their eligibility status using the QPP Participation Status Tool.
For More Information
To learn more about how to submit data, please review the 2018 MIPS data submission FAQs, User Guide and video series available in the QPP Resource Library.
If you have questions about how to submit your 2018 MIPS data, contact:
• The Quality Payment Program by phone: 1-866-288-8292/TTY: 1-877-715-6222; or email: QPP@cms.hhs.gov
• Your local technical assistance organization
Date: Thursday, March 28th 2019
Time: 12:0 PM ET - 1:00PM ET
Date: Tuesday, March 19th 2019
Time: 2:00 PM ET - 3:00PM ET
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
Being aware of the timelines and deadlines for QPP and any revisions to the performance categories, data collection, and submission requirements are important for successful participation in the program. This webinar will highlight timelines, deadlines and any updates for QPP 2019 and list steps you can take to prepare for reporting.
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
The Quality Payment Program (QPP) provides two participation tracks for clinicians: Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).
An Advanced APM offers a 5% incentive for achieving threshold levels for payments or patients. If you achieve these thresholds, you are excluded from the MIPS reporting requirements and payment adjustment.
Most Advanced APMs are also MIPS APMs. MIPS Eligible clinicians participating in Advanced APMs can participate in MIPS if they do not meet the threshold for payments or patients sufficient to become a Qualifying APM Participant (QP). MIPS eligible clinicians receive special MIPS scoring under the APM scoring standard.
This webinar will help your practice/organization understand how to participate in an APM, how to become a QP, and how to earn an incentive payment or qualify as a MIPS APM to receive special MIPS scoring.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 | 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT
During the 2019 MIPS performance year, CMS will give MIPS eligible clinicians who are facility-based and working primarily in hospital settings, an opportunity for their Quality and Cost performance category scores to be based on a hospital’s performance under the Hospital Value-based Purchasing (VBP) Program. CMS’ goal for measuring performance at the facility level is to reduce reporting burden for MIPS eligible clinicians who are facility-based.
This webinar addresses the following questions:
Tuesday, April 16, 2019 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Thursday, April 18, 2019 | 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM EDT
Now that MIPS is in its third year, many small practice clinicians and practice managers have developed methods and processes to maximize their success and efficiency meeting MIPS requirements. For those new to MIPS or seeking to improve their MIPS score this year, interacting with successful clinicians and practice managers will provide valuable insights, including advice and suggestions on how to succeed in MIPS while continuing to effectively serve your community and meet financial goals. This event features a panel of solo and small practice clinicians, practice managers and experts that have learned how to succeed in MIPS. Join us for a roundtable event to discuss topics such as strategically choosing reporting options, efficiently using EHRs and registries, choosing the most valuable and impactful quality measures and improvement activities, and how MIPS work can be aligned with helping your patients and practice succeed.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 | 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM EDT
Under the Quality Payment Program (QPP) Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), CMS determines if a MIPS eligible clinician, group, or virtual group will receive “Special Status” by retrieving and analyzing Medicare Part B claims data. Those with a Special Status qualify for reduced reporting requirements in certain performance categories. Special Status circumstances are applicable for the following:
This webinar will provide information on how the 2019 Special Status is calculated and how Special Status effects reporting requirements.