Learn how to challenge flawed ratings, tiers
Few dispute the importance of rewarding quality performance and giving patients the tools to make intelligent choices. But with incomplete or inaccurate information, it’s as important for providers to have recourse. The time for you to start thinking about this isn’t after the ratings have come out and your organization ends up in a lower tier. In fact, the best time is during the contracting process.
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