Meaningful Use/Merit-Based Incentive Payment System Consulting
Quality Insights has built a team of experienced consultants that has been on the front lines of health information technology, providing on the ground assistance to thousands of providers in EHR adoption, implementation and the successful attestation of EHR Meaningful Use.
At its core, Meaningful Use (MU) is about using electronic health records (EHRs) to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of health care. Achieving MU requires health care providers to implement certified, fully-functioning electronic medical record systems, thus greatly expanding the quality level of patient care. The measures and reporting periods required to meet MU requirements can prove challenging to even the most computer-savvy provider.
With multiple stages of MU in operation, providers need reliable, experienced guidance to help manage the complexities that are sure to surface as they tackle these various stages.
The passing of the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) will move providers from MU to being successful with the goals of the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). MIPS will link fee-for-service payments to quality and value. Quality Insights can provide assistance with transforming your practice toward Better Care, Smarter Spending, and Healthier People. Our experienced team can assist practices that are committed to transforming their practices and meeting payment reforms in receiving the financial rewards they have earned.
As a Regional Extension Center (REC) grantee in multiple states, Quality Insights guided thousands of practices through the intricate process of reporting the proper information, making practice adjustments to comply with standards, and attesting to received incentives.
We offer a flexible, one-stop-shop of health IT services, regardless of where you are in the HIT adoption and MU/MIPS attestation process. Services include:
- Gap analysis and project plan designs to help achieve MU criteria and maximize incentives.
- Assistance with using Health Information Exchange (HIE) networks.
We have brought our practical understanding of health care and health IT to more than 7,000 providers over the past seven years. We’ve worked with small practices, public and critical access hospitals and rural health clinics and community health centers, helping many overcome challenging circumstances to achieving MU success. This includes:
- Helping staff embrace the change associated with HIT adoption, including office workflow, clinical decision support and patient dashboards.
- Assistance with MU and Value-based payments (MACRA)