Help and Support
Get the help you need to participate and succeed in the Quality Payment Program.
CMS offers a range of support to help your practice actively participate in the Quality Payment Program.
Watch a Short Video
Watch a Webinar or View the Slides as a PDF
Quality Payment Program Year 2 Overview
Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) Overview
MIPS Advancing Care information Deep Dive Webinar
Quality Payment Program Participation Criteria Webinar
Medicare Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Track 1+Model
Medicaid in the Quality Payment Program
APMs in the Quality Payment Program for Shared Savings Program
Quality Payment Program Year 2 - All-Payer Combination Option for Advanced APMs
Take an Online, Self-paced Course
Take an online, self-paced course and earn credit through the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
Request Direct Technical Assistance
This help comes from professional and experienced on-the-ground organizations that are able to assist you at no cost.
Large practices have more than 15 clinicians. We have selected external assistance providers (Quality Innovation Network QIN-QIOs) throughout the country that can help large practices participate in the Quality Payment Program.
Choose a state to view contact information from that state’s selected provider.
Small practices that have 15 or fewer clinicians, including those in rural locations, health professional shortage areas, and medically underserved areas, can find customized technical assistance on the Support for Small, Underserved, and Rural Practices page.
Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI)
The CMS supported Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) helps you and more than 140,000 other clinicians to share, adapt, and develop comprehensive quality improvement strategies. If you participate in the program, you’ll be able to successfully participate in MIPS or learn how to successfully move toward participating in APMs and Advanced APMs.
You have to enroll with a Practice Transformation Network (PTN) to get this help. A PTN is a peer-based learning network that will coach, mentor, and help you develop core competencies specific to practice improvement. Please understand you’ll have to commit time and data to the PTN.
Email Truven Health to find out how to join a PTN.Email Truven Health
Connect with the APM Learning Systems
Find more information about the Learning Systems from your model's support inbox, or by visiting Innovation.cms.gov
View Developer Tools
Support for web and IT system developers is available on the Developer Tools page.View Developer Tools