Which CPC+ Track is best for your Practice?

MACRA has made way for new framework of Quality Payment Program (QPP) for rewarding the health care providers for giving better care. Under QPP there are two pathways – Merit-based incentive payment system (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Model (APM). Comprehensive Primary Care Plus is one such Advanced APM. It offers greater rewards for taking some risk related to patient outcomes.

Which CPC+ Track is best for your Practice?

CPC+ is a national advanced primary care medical home model that aims to strengthen primary care through regionally-based multi-payer payment reform and care delivery transformation. It consists of the three payment elements – care management fee, performance based incentive payment and payment under the Medicare physician fee schedule. This supports the delivery of comprehensive primary care.

Dr. Abdul Kabir’s Internal Medicine Practice in Michigan is using iPatientCare EHR since very long and were sufficiently getting the solutions they were looking for! But, due to some strange reasons, they were initially thinking that learning this entire system would take their valuable time; and hence they had not seen the facilities the EHR was ready to deliver them at any time.

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When the time came, Dr. Kabir’s practice had applied for CPC+ Track 1, but in turn, CMS suggested them to go with the CPC+ Track 2. In this situation, Dr. Kabir decided to take guidance from the iPatientCare experts. iPatientCare Quality Reporting Team helped Dr. Kabir and his staff to successfully accomplish the CPC+ Track 2 requirements. And, that was the time when Dr. Kabir came to know the true capabilities of the iPatientCare EHR. They learned that the EHR was providing them the analytical and technical support, and was also creating the efficient workflow. Moreover, the EHR dashboard was providing them the snapshot of quality measures, which drills down to generating reports that can be used to improve quality, and assist in gap closures.

Dr. Abdul Kabir’s medical practice cares for around 4500 patients, including 1500 Medicare Patients. Are you interested in learning more about this situation right from Dr. Abdul Kabir? Then click on the below link to read how “iPatientCare helps Dr. Abdul Kabir meet the CPC+ requirements”.

Which CPC+ Track is best for your Practice?

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