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Develop A Successful MIPS Reporting Strategy and Score More!

MIPS eligible Neurologists! You do not have to submit regular quality measures 2022 to participate in the incentive payment program. There are neuron-specific measures that can help you target up to 5% of the MIPS payment incentives.

These measures are not topped out and thus can help you maximize scores in all performance categories. 

MIPS program has evolved over the years, and the reporting requirements keep on modifying. Team “QPP MIPS” can help you with that!

Do You Know How to Meet CMS MIPS Requirements? We Can Help!

Identify the Highest Scoring Neuro-Relevant MIPS Quality Measures with “QPP MIPS”

We make your administrative work less stressful with strategies that benefit your MIPS reporting. Starting from selecting the specialty-specific measures, we ensure that you submit your data without any confusion. Especially with the COVID situation this year, we help you make better choices to avoid up to 9% of the penalty.

  • We understand your specialty operability
  • We skim through all neuro-relevant measures
  • Our team picks out the best-suited MIPS Qualified Measures
  • We submit your MIPS data to CMS as complied with their criteria
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Report MIPS Quality Performance Data Efficiently & Gain More Points

Do you know the MIPS Quality category has 30% weight of the total score? Yes! You can achieve this score if report data as per the requirements.

You have to submit 6 measures with one Outcome or High Priority measure to score 3 points for each reported measure. However, the data must comprise over the whole performance year with at least 70% of the eligible cases.

Now CMS has issued some flexibility for small medical practices if they choose to report neurology-specific data even for one eligible case.

Here are some suggestions to choose from the Neurology specialty-specific set.

  • Advance Care Plan
  • Falls: Risk Assessment
  • Falls: Plan of Care
  • Closing the Referral Loop: Receipt of Specialist Report
  • Overuse of Imaging for the Evaluation of Primary Headache
  • Dementia: Safety Concern Screening and Follow-Up for Patients with Dementia
  • Dementia: Cognitive Assessment
  • Parkinson’s Disease: Rehabilitative Therapy Options
Neurology specialty-specific set

Capture Your Improvement Activities (IA) and Report Them Precisely to CMS

The percentage of improvement activities (IA) in MIPS 2022 reporting is 15%. However, how would you score it if you do not know about the measures to submit? We can help you here.

You have to attest to the 2 high-weighted activities or 4 medium-weighted activities for at least 90 days. Moreover, CMS has awarded flexibility for small groups or participants that work in rural or healthcare under-privileged areas. They have to attest to 1 high-weighted or 2 medium-weighted activity.

Neurosurgeons in-group participants also have to perform the relevant improvement activities for 90 days at least, and 50% of the group must attest to that particular activity. However, they can do it at different times. Here are some of the measure suggestions that fit this category for neurologists.

  • Engagement of new Medicaid patients and follow-up (high weighted)
  • Engage patients and families to guide improvement in the system of care (high weighted) and use of patient experience and satisfaction data on access (medium-weighted)
  • Implementation of documentation improvements for practice/process improvements (medium-weighted)
  • Implementation of improvements that contribute to more timely communication of test results (medium-weighted)

Aiming to Maximize Your MIPS Performance?

Report Promoting Interoperability (PI) Measures to Target Up to 25% of the MIPS Score

Neurologists! Your specialty is tough enough, and with inventions in the healthcare industry, you have to adjust to the interoperability options. The good news is you can report its data to CMS to score some points. For that, your EHR technology must certify to the 2015 version.

Remember, your success lies in your efforts and your reporting process. Being your MIPS 2022 Qualified Registry, we can make it much easier. Here are some suggestions for what we can report for you.

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    Electronic Case Reporting

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    Clinical Data Registry Reporting

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    Public Health Registry Reporting

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    Immunization Registry Reporting

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    Syndromic Surveillance Reporting

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    Provide Patients Electronic Access to Their Health Information

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    Support Electronic Referral Loops by Sending Health Information

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    The query of Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) (optional)

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    Support Electronic Referral Loops by Receiving and Incorporating Health Information