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MBQIP 2025: How State Flex Programs Can Assist Hospitals with New Measures

1:00 PM CT
RQITA Resource Center

Please save the date for the MBQIP VKG: MBQIP 2025: How State Flex Programs Can Assist Hospitals with the New MBQIP Core Measures. Participating in this webinar will enhance your knowledge of the 2025 MBQIP measures and provide you with information you need to assist your hospitals with data elements, submission mechanisms, and deadlines. This event is supported by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) and produced and coordinated by the RQITA Resource Center. 

As a friendly reminder, MBQIP VKGs are for Flex personnel and subcontractors only. While MBQIP VKG calls are recorded and posted to the Flex Forum for playback, Flex personnel and subcontractors are highly encouraged to attend.

For more information please reach out to the RQITA Resource Center at rqita@telligen.com.

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