Reporting on Quality Measures, Top Ten MIPS Changes from 2017 to 2018


Reporting on Quality Measures in Specialty Practices

Urologists, oncologists, or other specialty physicians should not be judged solely by the same quality measures used by internists when it comes to reporting quality data to CMS. Qualified Clinical Data Registries can help with the data submission process and even with the creation of measures that CMS may use when looking at quality measurements specific to specialty areas.

 

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Top Ten MIPS Changes from 2017 to 2018: Part 1, Numbers 1 - 5

The Quality Reporting Engagement Group recently reported on their top 10 differences in MIPS (Merit-based Incentive Payment System) reporting from 2017 to 2018. Presented in the attached article are numbers 1 - 5: Low Volume Threshold, Payment Adjustment Range, MIPS Performance Threshold, Reporting Options and a Final Score Breakdown.

 

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