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Hospital OQR Webinars – 2014

Various informational resources regarding the Hospital Outpatient Quality Reporting (OQR) Program are made available as part of the monthly teleconference for hospitals and vendors, hosted by the Hospital OQR Support Contractor and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

Call Topic(s) Resources
November 2014 OPPS/ASC Final Rule

WebEx (WRF-68 min.)

Handout

Questions and Answers

October 2014 QualityNet Reports and Utilization of the Secure File Transfer

WebEx (WRF-60 min.)

Handout

Questions and Answers

September 2014 Imaging Measure Trends

WebEx (WRF-55 min.)

Handout

Questions and Answers

July 2014 Hospital OQR Program Requirements: CY 2015 OPPS/ASC Proposed Rule

WebEx (WRF-57 min.)

Handout

Questions and Answers

June 2014 Submitting Web-Based Measures through the Portal

WebEx (WRF-59 min.)

Handout

Questions and Answers

April 2014 The Top Ten HOQR Mismatches and Ways to Improve Your ED Throughput

WebEx (WRF-61 min.)

Handout

Questions and Answers

March 2014 The What, Where, and Why of QualityNet Reports from the Hospital Outpatient Quality Reporting Program

WebEx (WRF-66 min.)

Handout

Questions and Answers

February 2014 Second Quarter (Q2) 2012 – First Quarter (Q1) 2013 Validation Analysis Summary and Frequently Asked Questions from QualityNet’s Outpatient Questions and Answers

WebEx (WRF-66 min.)

Handout

Questions and Answers

January 2014 Hospital Outpatient Quality Reporting (OQR)
2014 Specifications Manual, Version 7.0a:
New Measures and Updates

WebEx (WRF-66 min.)

Handout

Questions and Answers

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