This is a virtual event.

Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019                                   

1 to 2 p.m. MT/Noon to 1 p.m. PT





Kim Dunn
Comagine Health

MIPS Tips: 2019 Year End Readiness and Prep for Performance Year 2020

The end is near - are you ready for 2019 MIPS reporting? Join this webinar to learn the ins and outs of 2019 reporting and get a sneak peek at the 2020 Performance Year. During this webinar, participants will learn:

  • All about the 2019 reporting requirements
  • About the MIPS Promoting Interoperability Security Risk Analysis process and requirements
  • How to access your QPP account – review changes, how to check it yourself
  • More about hardship exceptions and how they may apply to your practice

 There will also be a question-and-answer session with Quality Payment Program (QPP) experts from Comagine Health and Mountain-Pacific Quality Health. Submit your questions during registration or ask them live in the webinar and get them answered by fellow participants and our QPP experts.


  • Perrin Anderl (Comagine Health)
  • Susan Clarke (Mountain-Pacific Quality Health)
  • Ryan Harmon (Comagine Health)
  • London Manor-Petersen (Comagine Health)



Perrin Anderl has over 11 years of health care experience managing and directing multi-clinic operations, including outpatient and ambulatory settings. He has four years of project management experience providing support and coordination with organization senior leadership on variety of assignments and community health care improvement initiatives and is currently working for the Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization, Comagine Health as a project manager with most recent direct responsibility as the Utah state task lead for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services immunization and diabetes self-management education projects.

  Susan Clarke is a Privacy and Security Consultant at Mountain-Pacific Quality Health. She has over 20 years' experience in Health Care Leadership, Information Technology Management and Compliance and 13 of those years with a Mayo Clinic-affiliated integrated health system. Susan has served on various councils and committees for IT Security, Disaster Recovery, Emergency Preparedness and Joint Commission. For the past several years, Susan has worked with health care organizations conducting privacy and security risk analysis and assisting with 42 CFR, Part 2 and HIPAA training. Susan is a Computer Scientist, as well as a Certified Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner 

Ryan Harmon is a project manager for Comagine Health, where he works on the health information technology, quality reporting, MACRA/MIPS and Transforming Clinical Practice Initiatives(TCPI) as well as with tribal facilities. He joined Comagine Health, formerly known as HealthInsight from Wyoming, where he worked for the state, county and city health departments on epidemiological investigations, environmental health, health education and fielded public information requests. Prior to his time with the Wyoming Department of Health, Ryan worked with an anesthesia physician group and Intermountain Healthcare in Utah. He has a bachelor’s degree in Community and Public Health from Utah Valley University and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from Seton Hall University.

London Manor-Petersen is a QI consultant who has been involved with health care quality improvement with Comagine Health for the past 3 years. She is currently working with clinicians who are reporting MIPS for the Quality Payment Program. She is a trained lay-leader for the Diabetes Self-Management Program and has been involved with various community coalition projects in Idaho. She previously worked in long-term care facilities, specifically for patients with Alzheimer’s, and for various home health agencies. London received her Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon and currently lives in Boise, Idaho.