ReportingMD® is committed to helping our clients excel in an increasingly data centric and value focused environment. We combine our consulting, research and healthcare knowledge to foster the improvement in quality patient care. We deliver healthcare software and consulting services for pay-for performance programs (like MIPS, PQRS, VBM), health data strategic planning, work flow analysis, health information technology, data risk adjustment, and data analysis and interpretation of health information statistics. In addition, our experienced team delivers healthcare consulting for navigating the technological, organizational, and programmatic challenges of population health management and quality reporting programs. With clients ranging from single provider practices to some of the largest healthcare systems in the country, we work closely with our clients to assist them in understanding and interpreting data created during episodes of care and turning it into information to make decisions on how to improve healthcare processes and patient outcomes.
ReportingMD, an ONC certified company, offers turnkey software solutions that support our consulting and research efforts as well as provide our clients with the insights to improve clinical outcomes and maximize quality metric performance. This is accomplished through the collection of medical and/or clinical data for the purpose of patient disease tracking to foster improvement in the quality of care provided to patients. Frequent extraction of clinical data into our web-based population and disease reporting products creates a unique opportunity for providers to manage quality outcomes. As a leader in quality reporting and one of the original CMS qualified registries, ReportingMD has successfully submitted data for thousands of providers under various quality programs including ACO, PQRS, VBM, HEDIS (STARS), and MU; a service that provides additional value to our clients.
Academic Research for Clinical Outcomes (ARCO) in collaboration with ReportingMD is a specialized registry that can receive electronic data for the improvement of population health outcomes.
Interested in learning more about the 2017 CMS proposed rulemaking and topics like: The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA), Quality Payment Program (QPP), the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs)? Check out our MACRA page and listen to our latest webinar recording covering these topics. Click HERE to see a list of all final 2017 MIPS performance category measures, objectives, and improvement activities.