Discover what RDNs need to know about Qualified Clinical Data Registries (QCDR), understand the benefits of MIPS reporting via QCDRs, find out about the Academy and QCDR collaborations, and recognize the significance of Malnutrition Quality Measures for RDN Reporting. This 4-part microlearning series consists of 15 minute modules on the following topics:
- Microlearning 1 – QCDRs Support MIPS Participation for Reporting Malnutrition Quality Measures: An Overview
- Microlearning 2 – Onboarding and Enrollment in Premier Clinician Performance Registry: Reporting the New Malnutrition Quality Measures
- Microlearning 3 – Onboarding and Enrollment in U.S. Wound Registry: Reporting the New Malnutrition Quality Measures
- Microlearning 4 - Post Enrollment: Measure Selection, Data Collection and Submission Review
CPE Level: 2
Learning Need Codes: 7160, 5390, 1020, 5020
- 6.1 Leads, manages and/or participates in quality improvement and customer satisfaction activities to improve delivery of services.
- 14.1 Employs principles of productivity to optimize safe, ethical and efficient resource utilization.
- 12.5 Evaluates nutrition programs to measure program effectiveness and outcomes and recommends modifications to support changes and/or sustainability of program.
- Summarize Qualified Clinical Data Registries
- Recognize the benefits of MIPS reporting via QCDRs
- Identify steps to enroll with Academy QCDR collaborators such as U.S. Wound Registry and Premier Clinician Performance Registry