Is this a mandatory meeting?
Yes, one physician and one practice manager from each practice must attend this Regional Meeting to meet the participation requirements required by the Consortium. This is one of participation requirements that positions the practice to receive its annual CQI (MOQC) Value-based Payment (VBP) from BCBSM. Other members of the practice, including clinical team leaders and administrators are strongly encouraged to attend. Mid-level providers are welcomed but their attendance cannot be substituted for physicians’ attendance.
Who else can attend the Regional Meeting?
Due to our initiative with hospice enrollment, all Hospice Medical Directors, administrators and social workers are strongly encouraged to attend.
How can I contact MOQC with any questions?
You can reach MOQC at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 866-GET-MOQC (438-6672).
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, you do not need to bring your ticket to the event.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?
No, all attendees must register prior to the event. MOQC closed registration a few days prior to the event and you will not be allowed to register by Eventbrite.You can register by contacting the Coordinating Center at email@example.com or at 866-GET-MOQC (438-6672).Let us know if something comes up and you cannot attend. It is most appreciated.
- Understand quality measures related to end of life
- Implement strategies to address hospice and end-of-life care with patients
- Integrate relevant content to provide cost-effective healthcare that does not compromise care quality
- Integrate relevant content to ensure multi-specialty/multidisciplinary coordination of care
- Identify barriers to tobacco cessation referrals and develop processes to mitigate those barriers
After completing this activity, participants will routinely:
- Follow guidelines for prescribing antiemetics for patients receiving chemotherapy
- Initiate discussions about hospice with patients
- Assess smoking status in patients and provide resources and encouragement for tobacco cessation for those patients who smoke.