Thank you for registering for the upcoming webinar: MIPS Webinar – Success in a Transition Year (2017) and Change for Next Year.

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In the interim, we have several blog posts related to MIPS you might find helpful:

MIPS Advancing Care Information Measure

Advancing Care Information, or ACI, is a simplified version of the retired Meaningful Use program. Many of the most disliked MU requirements (CPOE, Clinical Decision Support) are no longer required. The required elements of ACI focus on: ePrescribing, patient access to their chart, HIPAA security risk assessment and HIE. Partial credit scoring is now available rather than the all or nothing scoring under MU. ACI is 25% of the aggregate MIPS score. FIVE core ACI measures are…continue reading


MIPS Improvement Activities Measure

Improvement Activities is a new category that was created to improve patient access and the patient experience. Practices and eligible clinicians have a lot of flexibility to choose the Improvement Activities that are most beneficial to their patients and practice. There are a total of 93 activities and 8 different domains from which to choose. The score in this category will comprise 15% of the aggregate MIPS score. Only 1 Improvement Activity is required during the…continue reading


MIPS Quality Measure

The Quality category is nearly identical to the PQRS program. Eligible clinicians can choose the quality measures that are most meaningful for their specialty and their patients. Providers can choose from a total of 271 measures across 6 domains. For the 2017 transition year, quality will be 60% of the aggregate MIPS score, this will decrease to 30% by 2019. In order to avoid the negative adjustment in the Quality Measure during the 2017 MIPS transition… continue reading