Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) 2017

OVERVIEW

The Quality Payment Program makes Medicare better by helping you focus on care quality and the one thing that matters most – making patients healthier. The Quality Payment Program ends the Sustainable Growth Rate formula and gives you new tools, models, and resources to help you give your patients the best possible care. You can choose how you want to take part based on your practice size, specialty, location, or patient population.

MIPS is one of the Quality Payment Program's tracks the providers can choose from. Providers who participate in the traditional Medicare Part B will participate in MIPS and earn a performance-based payment adjustment based on practice-specific quality data.

For more information, check out the CMS website: https://qpp.cms.gov/.

MD-Reports and MIPS

Our products and solutions automate the composite score elements that are used to calculate and monitor your MIPS score:

  • Quality Measures replaces PQRS
  • Advancing Care Information (ACI) replaces Meaningful Use
  • Improvement Activities (IA) is a new category

MD-Reports MIPS Advisor will guide clients through our specialty specific quality, and advanced care information. MD-Reports is ONC certified EHR system for 2014 meaningful use.

The MIPS Dashboard gives the practice, or individual provider details with respect to their MIPS composite score, and can easily navigate on improving overall score.

 

 

Disclaimer: MD-REPORTS does not claim or guarantee the reimbursements of Medicare/Medicaid Incentive payments to physicians/eligible professionals. MD-Reports is a certified and qualified Meaningful Use EHR system and thus gives the physicians eligibility for the reimbursements of incentive payments from Medicare/Medicaid. However, MD-Reports is not responsible in any way for automatically making the EPs eligible for collecting the incentive payments. It is the EPs responsibility for adopting the system and entering the data into EMR system, as per CMS requirements and criteria in order to be eligible for Meaningful Use criteria.