Can you Reduce Administrative Burden and Improve Outcomes? Is your practice overwhelmed with increasing administrative burden? If so, you are not alone. ReportingMD can not only help reduce administrative burden but also help improve your outcomes, which ultimately leads to higher payment adjustments under several federal and state programs. As our healthcare system transitions from...Read More
How can you identify and avoid these common MIPS reporting mistakes? At ReportingMD we see plenty of reporting and scoring traps when it comes to reporting performance data. As these programs become more complex and the risk of penalties larger, organizations face an ever-steepening climb to incentive payments. Over the past 16 years we’ve witnessed...Read More
As the 2019 reporting year draws to a close, practices are focused on ensuring that all 2019 data is ready for submission and primed to earn the highest possible score for maximum incentives. What may not be on their minds is the next, or even subsequent, reporting year(s). It’s time to direct attention toward the...Read More
Your actual clinical performance may not be reflected in your MIPS results. If you’re missing out on important points that will increase your Composite Performance Score (CPS), you may be at risk. Here’s why this is becoming more critical. Each year of the MIPS program, the payment adjustment amounts increase. Therefore, so does the importance...Read More
Data collection for pay-for-performance programs should not interfere with practitioner efficiency or patient care. The data needed to report for pay-for-performance programs should be collected as a natural byproduct of care delivery and should be leveraged to support quality outcomes. EHR technology is a key component of MIPS reporting, but the extraction of required data...Read More
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