This is a typically governmental dense read, so if you prefer “cheat sheets,” there are some useful resources available which make comparisons and have tables conveying basic updates to be well prepared for the
If you didn’t have the chance to read the Patient360 assessment of the Proposed Rule back in August, this is a handy place to review those tables and basic updates to expect in the 2020 Quality Payment Program.
Since no one has time and likely very little inclination to read 808 pages of government documentation on an already burdensome MIPS program, Patient360 has you covered! The following few pages give you a down and dirty summary of what you need to know.
Have you ever wondered: How do I meet the 2019 MIPS Minimum Threshold?
Hmmmmm… what does that even mean: “Minimum Threshold?” Simply put, it is the minimum amount of points a TIN needs to earn in order to avoid the negative payment adjustment in the MIPS program. The good news is, meeting the minimum threshold in 2019, or what we at Patient360 call it- MIPS for Beginners- is really easy to do!
Once again, Patient360 maintains continued, uninterrupted status as both a CMS Qualified Registry (QR) and a CMS Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR.) Why is this status important for MIPS 2019 reporting and beyond, and what does it mean for you? Patient360 is ready for 2019 MIPS reporting, are you?
Now that everyone has had the chance to see their “underwhelming” scores for 2017 MIPS reporting, the industry is gearing up for year three of the MIPS Program.
By now, most of you should have your process down pat and have become practiced at not only the measures that work best for your clinic, but also how to optimally collect relevant data as well as achieve a positive score for your practice. We are getting the hang of things!