Checklist for MIPS Reporting, New Budget Bill Excludes Medicare Part B Drug Cost from MIPS Payment Adjustments


Checklist for MIPS Reporting: Helping Your Practice Organize for a Potential Audit

With gathering the data and preparing submissions for MIPS reporting for the 2018 Quality Payment Program, practices need to document their submissions and supporting records, in case of a CMS or ONC audit. The Quality Reporting Engagement Group has created a checklist to help those practices keep track of what they need for MIPS reporting.

To learn more, see here.

See the complete checklist here.
 
 


New Budget Bill Excludes Medicare Part B Drug Cost from MIPS Payment Adjustments

Recently, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 was passed by Congress and signed by President Trump. The bill had many high-profile issues like extending the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for a total of 10 years. But most importantly, the new bill significantly impacts medical practices when it comes to reporting and reimbursement under MIPS - many changes at the urging of ASCO and the AUA as well as other specialty societies.

Jackie Rogers of the Quality Reporting and Engagement Group created an overview of the most prominent changes.
 
To read the overview, see here.



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