MACRA: Reporting Begins January 2017. Let's Get Ready!
A Change, especially in the world of latest technology and new thought process, is totally inevitable. We are totally aware that the big change of MACRA has petrified most HealthCare providers, and iPatientCare is finding the best way to win with this change. iPatientCare is working hard towards having the best answer about the way MACRA encourages the development of additional payment models or the way it can be implemented.
At iPatientCare, we strive to provide the experts' solution regarding the way an innovative MIPS payment system or the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System can be implemented. Also, one can expect complete solution regarding upgraded reporting system, payment modifications, or improved practicing features.
MIPS, primarily are applicable for physicians of medicine, dentists, osteopathy, and optometry doctors. The MIPS act is also applied to all nursing professionals and certified anesthetists. iPatientCare assimilates MIPS well on how the performance of qualified practitioners can be assessed through value, usage of supply, practice development features, etc.
iPatientCare has a group of accomplished quality consultants to explain about the right ways of addressing the effective ways under MACRA. We will be constantly advising you about all CMS-MACRA updates. Our experts understand about the best ways of implementing the present MACRA regulations.
PICK YOUR PATH
There is no urgency to rush; however, be advised that if you start by January 1, 2017, you will be on the fast track to reap bonus revenue in 2019. CMS has laid 4 different paths to MACRA reporting. Every reporting starts with 2017 data and leads to 2019 Medicare Part B base rate adjustments.
iPatientCare has been one of the pioneers in the EHR and practice solutions market segment. In fact, iPatientCare is one of the vendors which has an established relationship with CMS and NCQA since 2003! Even before EHR had really become known to the physicians and their office colleagues, the clinical experts and software professionals at iPatientCare were attending meetings with the CMS and NCQA officials to understand and contribute their experience in determining methodologies to capture raw data in EHR and evolve quality indicators or measures which would help determine the quality of care.
Because of its thought-leadership and actual experience of defining what is now known as Quality Program, iPatientCare has been having a group of brilliant consultants/advisors who have been providing their expert advisory and review services to help physician offices on either incident based support, attestation support and active support during MU audits.