The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) released the Quality Payment Program (QPP) hardship exception application for the 2017 transition year for eligible clinicians (ECs). This exception may qualify an EC for reweighting their Advancing Care Information (ACI) category to 0% and reallocating the 25% to the Quality category.
Eligible professionals (EPs) who have never attested to the EHR Incentive Program, but intend to demonstrate meaningful use (prior to 10/1/17) and MIPS in program year 2017, may be eligible for a one-time significant hardship exception per the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS).
In the past few months, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have been increasing the number of meaningful use audits for providers who received EHR incentives, to ensure providers met requirements. CMS will conduct two types of meaningful use audits: post-payment and pre-payment.
MaximEyes EHR is MACRA and MIPS ready with embedded MIPS calculators, measure indicators and automated reporting within MaximEyes EHR helps optometrists and ophthalmologists comply with MACRA reporting requirements.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that ALL providers participating in the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs are now only required to report on a minimum of 90 consecutive days for meaningful use in performance year 2016.
To help you prepare for MACRA and MIPs, the new payment system for Medicare Eligible Clinicians (ECs), we’ve put together a few quick facts, FAQs, and industry resources to help guide you through the complicated process.