MACRA, MIPS, Advance APMs - Making an Impact on Provider Quality Measures
We share the quick and easy way to understand the CMS Quality Payment Program and quality measures that affect medical providers so you know how pharmacist-led clinical services can impact them.
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Learn why pharmacists should care about Quality Measures for providers
Learn updated terminology
See some examples of how Quality Measures can lead to higher revenue
End the confusion
Make sense of Quality Measures
We understand that there is a lot to learn when it comes to Quality Measures, and we want to make it easier for you to navigate.
Why should you care?
Collaboration is needed
Learn why pharmacists should care about providers' Quality Measures, and how they can be mutually beneficial.
What you need to know
New Terminology & Tips
We will give you everything you need to get started so you can increase revenue with Quality Measures!
Olivia Bentley received her Doctorate of Pharmacy from South University School of Pharmacy in Savannah in 2012 and completed a PGY1 Community Residency Program at the University of Georgia with Village Drug Shop in Athens, GA in 2013.
Currently, she is the Director of Ambulatory Care Services at Rx Clinic Pharmacy where she co-developed and implemented a variety of non-dispensing, cognitive-based clinical services in an independent community pharmacy. Through physician collaboration, she leads a team of clinical community pharmacists in providing Medicare annual wellness visits, chronic care management, and more.
Dr. Bentley is a Board Certified HIV Pharmacist. She is also experienced as a Certified BHRT pharmacist, Therapeutic Shoe Fitter for patients with diabetes and Certified in Pharmacogenetics and Precision Medicine.
She currently serves the profession of pharmacy on the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists (NCAP) as the Chair of the New Practitioner Network and remains active in many local, state and national professional organizations such as NCPA, APhA and Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity.