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Home – EHR Advisory Group 2018-01-17T11:17:13+00:00

ALERT 1: Unlike PQRS in 2016, all payer data is required for reporting MIPS Quality. The only exception is if you are reporting Quality via claims submission, which would only involve Medicare data.

ALERT 2: It’s not too late to avoid a negative payment adjustment.

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Detailed specifications for the quality measures

November 26th, 2017|Categories: MIPS Quality|

For Registry & Claims Reporting, this link will download a zip file containing two sets of specifications: one for reporting via registry and the other for reporting via claims. For reporting using an EHR, the detailed specs are found on a separate Health IT website for eCQMs [...]

High Performance Bonus Money

November 26th, 2017|Categories: MACRA|

Scoring beyond the 70th percentile allows access to substantially larger reimbursement. For clinicians/practices that have a composite score over 3% and under 69%, there will be no negative adjustment, but a possible positive adjustment. Since bonuses for this group will be determined based on a “zero sum” method, the [...]

Some Practices Will Not need to Report on ACI

November 26th, 2017|Categories: MIPS ACI|

CMS will automatically reweight the Advancing Care Information performance category to zero (and increase the Quality category to 85%) for Hospital-based MIPS clinicians, clinicians who lack Face-to Face Patient Interaction, NPs, PAs, CRNAs and CNS.

CMS Allows a Simple Way to Avoid Downward Payment Adjustments For 2017

November 12th, 2017|Categories: MACRA|

Here is what you need to know… To avoid a downward adjustment in your reimbursement for 2017 performance year you can submit a minimum amount of data to Medicare. A minimum amount of data is defined as any one of the following: one quality measure one improvement activity the [...]