ReportingMD started in New Hampshire in 2004 as Kearsarge Healthcare Consulting, Inc (KHC). As the focus of KHC expanded beyond consulting services to include providing medical informatics products for the healthcare industry, ReportingMD was established. Our company provides high quality medical intelligence products, health information management consulting, patient satisfaction surveys (including CAHPS Surgical Survey and Functional Assessments) and custom solutions for our clients.
ReportingMD services include healthcare consulting for strategic planning, work flow analysis, health information technology, data risk adjustment, and data analysis and interpretation of health information statistics. Our consultants offer Value-Based Modifier (VBM) and other program navigation to optimize practices’ Quality Tiering under the VBM and to ensure our clients avoid downward payment adjustments. With the ability to aggregate data from disparate sources, we collect medical and/or clinical data for patient disease tracking to foster improvement in the quality of care provided to patients. In addition, we data mine insurance claims and electronic health record information and utilize this foundation to turn statistical results into actionable consultative reports for more effective management of health services, insurance payment, and quality care.
ReportingMD is a qualified registry by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for MACRA MIPS and a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR). We help our clients meet the technical challenges of reporting through customized applications leveraging health information technology, medical intelligence analytics, cloud computing and web-based solutions.
ReportingMD’s health information technology solutions and services are used by clients throughout the United States. Our client base is as broad as our geographic range. We provide products and services to clients in all facets of healthcare from the nation’s largest hospitalist group and the second largest physician owned practice to ambulatory care practices, billing companies, electronic health record (EHR) companies, insurance companies, and hospitals to solo physician practices.