MIPS

10 things physicians need to know about MACRA in 2018
10 things physicians need to know about MACRA in 2018CMS adds cost to MIPS score, exempts more physicians in rules for Quality Payment Program next year.
AAD offers MIPS guidanceThe American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) is assisting with the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) by offering a series of tools that guide users based on customized input.
Payments to specialists could yo-yo under MIPSAvalere conducted an analysis to assess the effect of MIPS. Here are the surprising results.
Five rules for payer success in oncologyPayers must reinvent efforts to reduce cancer cost and increase quality for a value-based care world. Here’s five rules to follow.
CMS quality payment program year 2 proposal: 8 things to knowCMS’ Quality Payment Program launched in 2016 as part of MACRA. Here’s what’s in store for Year 2.
6 considerations before joining an APMChances are, many independent medical practices are participating in Medicare’s Quality Payment Program through the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) in 2017.
Looking ahead at MACRA/MIPS reporting for physicians
Looking ahead at MACRA/MIPS reporting for physiciansMore than 800,000 physician practices got a temporary pass on MACRA compliance from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in May. But practitioners shouldn’t breathe easy just yet.
Top 8 things doctors need to know about 2018 MACRA proposed rule
Top 8 things doctors need to know about 2018 MACRA proposed ruleThe Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released its proposed rule for year two of the Quality Payment Program portion of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA), affecting who’s eligible and how quality scores are calculated.
How well do you understand MIPS?Although MIPS can affect a small practice’s income, polls show that most physicians still know little about it. How much do you know? Take our quiz and find out!
How MIPS affects ODs’ Medicare paymentsOptometrists who see Medicare patients are being graded on their performances, and this grade will affect their 2019 Medicare payments.