Don’t let MIPS keep you up at night.
The transition to value-based care provides both opportunities and risks for your practice. The rules for reporting under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) are constantly changing. You work hard to keep up, but even large practices struggle to interpret and implement the mountains of new guidelines CMS releases every year. And with such high penalties for incomplete reporting, it’s easy to understand why MIPS keeps a lot of practices up at night.
No one should have to face that alone. When Meaningful Use reporting began in 2011, we were the first consulting partner to help practices ensure that the exceptional care they provide every day translates to exceptional performer status under MIPS. Ever since, we’ve partnered with practices to help them receive over $70 million in incentive money for the quality of their care, regardless of their specialty or the EHR they use. When submission time comes, you’ll sleep better knowing you’re backed by the most experienced MIPS consulting team in the industry.
Combining experience with expertise
The Quality Reporting Engagement Group
Serving all specialties and EHR platforms
While much of our expertise in the field of regulatory compliance and MIPS reporting results from the development of our own urology-specific EHR, UroChartEHR®, the regulations around MIPS reporting apply equally across all specialties. That’s why we partner with all types of practices regardless of their EHR platform, to help them provide—and report on—the highest quality of care.
With each new year, we have to interpret every CMS regulation to ensure that our own product is compliant and easy to use. That leads to the development of new modules for UroChartEHR, such as secure Direct Messaging, which can contribute up to five bonus points to your Promoting Interoperability category for MIPS reporting. It’s just one more way we help you stay ahead in the ever-changing regulatory space around reimbursement.