Obtaining a high Advancing Care Information (ACI) score is essential for small group practices seeking to achieve bonuses in the MIPS program. But, because many small practices have limited or no electronic health records and may not participate in registries, achieving a good ACI score may seem difficult.

This event will help small practices understand ACI scoring and advise them on how to maximize their limited resources to earn the best ACI score possible. Panelists will discuss the ACI measures required for reporting, how to choose quality measures, ACI measures, and improvement activities that can maximize your efficiency, eligibility for a hardship exemption, and what to do if your practice does not have an EHR or use a registry.

This event is designed for:

  • MIPS-eligible clinicians from solo and small practices with 15 or fewer clinicians
  • Practice managers and other staff tasked with submitting MIPS data
  • Clinician stakeholders such as State and Medical Associations assisting small practices preparing to participate in MIPS

Two sessions of this presentation are being offered. Please click the date and time to register for the session you would like to attend:



See the flyer to learn more. This event is being hosted by the QPP SURS Central Support Team, you may contact them at: