Merit based Incentive Payment System

Get paid for your performance

Under the Quality Payment Program's (MACRA's) MIPS regulations high performance providers can earn as much as 26% more than the lowest performing providers! The Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) impacts over 400,000 physicians in 2017 and over 600,000 physicians in 2018. MIPS combines existing quality programs, Meaningful Use, PQRS, and Value Modifier and adds a new category, Clinical Practice Improvement Activities. Eligible Clinicians will be scored and benchmarked against other participants. Based on 2017 performance, in 2019 MIPS eligible providers will receive positive or negative Medicare payment adjustments that start at +/-4 percent and gradually increase to +/-9 percent by 2022. With additional bonuses for exceptional performance the difference can be as much as 26%.

WIN BIG with MIPS

The MIPS program is customizable, with many options for measures, submission mechanisms, and flexible reporting periods in the first year.

Each physician and practice must carefully evaluate how best to complete the requirements for MIPS


Persivia has a solution for youdesktop Recovered

We know its complex, that’s why we have become the champions of the entire process to guide you every step of the way!

Backed by a decade of experience in helping hospitals and providers, Persivia becomes your proactive partner to help you improve the quality of care and your scores.

Persivia's sophisticated Clinical Decision Engine (Soliton) constantly monitors patient data from disparate sources to:

  • Identify Quality Gaps
  • Improve MIPS Scores
  • Identify Revenue Opportunities

 

Persivia:

Improves care of 14 million patients

Integrates with all major EMRs (Epic, Cerner, Meditech, eCW, Allscripts, Nextgen, Aprima)

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