Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS)

Beginning in 2019, CMS will apply a positive, negative, or neutral payment adjustment, in a budget-neutral manner, to each MIPS eligible clinician based on a composite performance score across four performance categories.

 

​​Quality:

These are measures related to patient outcomes, appropriate use of medical resources, patient safety, efficiency, patient experience & care coordination. 60% of total score in Year 1.


Resource use (Cost):

These are specialty-based measures focused on efficient resource use. Cost measures would be solely based on Medicare claims, with no additional reporting requirements. 

 

Clinical practice improvement activities:

These measures would focus on care coordination, beneficiary engagement, and patient safety. 15% of total score in Year 1.

 

Advancing care information:

These are measures that reflect on how well clinicians use EHR technology, especially when it comes to interoperability and information exchange. 25% of total score in Year 1.

 

How Can CHADIS Help?

 

CHADIS offers over 400 screens and diagnostic tools that can be used to fulfill many Quality Measures, Clinical Practice Improvement Activities, and Advancing Care Information Measures.

 

Quality Monitoring and Collaboration

 

CHADIS can produce quality monitoring reports and registries for internal use by practices and providers. All reports are securely delivered on a scheduled basis, with CHADIS account management offering suggestions to support quality improvement. Reports can be used to support standards for compliance with PCMH and other programs. CHADIS also provides overall activity reports to help support all aspects of implementation and ensure that practices derive maximum value from using CHADIS. 
 

Quality Measures

 

Clinical Practice Improvement Activities

 

Advancing Care Information