Why P3Care’s MIPS 2022 Consultation
MIPS 2022 Performance Categories
Master the Process of MIPS 2022
Reporting to Maximize Score
How to Get Pass-through MIPS Reporting 2022?
Are you eligible to participate?
Don’t know how to report MIPS 2022? Don’t worry! Share your NPI number with our team, and we will help you determine your preliminary eligibility.So, you can plan to succeed in the program.
The Performance Year 2022 Deadlines
October 1, 2021
Virtual Group Election Opens
CMS released MIPS 2022 Final Rule and Initial Eligibility Check was Made Available
December 31, 2021
Virtual Group Election Closes for 2022
January 1, 2022
The performance period 2022 Begins
April 1, 2022
Registration Begins for Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) for MIPS Survey
Quality Payment Program Exception Applications Window Opens
Qualifying Participant (QP) Determinations and MIPS APM Participation Information Available.
QP Determinations and MIPS APM Participation Information Available
October 3, 2022
Last Day to start a 90-day Performance Period for Promoting Interoperability and Improvement Activities
PY 2022 MIPS Eligibility Finalized
December 31, 2022
PY 2022 Ends and QPP Exception Applications Window Closes
January 3, 2023
Submission Window Opens for PY 2022
March 31, 2023
MIPS 2022 Submission Window Closes for PY 2022
Performance Feedback and Targeted Review Opens Once the Payment Adjustment Information is Available
Targeted Review Closes 60 days after the Release of Payment Adjustment Information
January 1, 2024
Time to Receive 2022 Payment Adjustments
WHAT IS QPP MIPS 2022 ALL ABOUT?
Like the previous years, CMS plans to award eligible clinicians for their exceptional clinical performance. Physicians who choose to focus on value-based services instead of volume deserve appreciation that also adds to their revenue cycle management.
So, CMS measures performance on four categories, whose MIPS 2022 Quality Measures reporting requirements and score percentage get updated each year.
How to Submit MIPS 2022 Data to CMS?
Final Score Calculation Chart According to Category Weights – An Example
Frequently Asked Questions
How many ways can I participate in MIPS 2022?
An eligible participant can take part in MIPS 2022 in four ways, depending on which option better suits them or they are eligible for:
3.Virtual Group Level
4.MIPS APM Entity
Which factors can influence my eligibility for MIPS 2022 reporting?
Various factors can directly or indirectly influence your eligibility for MIPS reporting. Some of them are listed below:
● MIPS data submission for segment I but not for segment II
● Not being consistent with your provider type in both segments of the Eligibility Determination Period
● Change your TIN in segment II of billing Medicare Part B claims without informing MIPS
● Join up to any APM Entity in segment II of billing Medicare Part B claims
● Not exceeding LVT in QPP MIPS 2022 Eligibility Determination Period
● QP status Change (A MIPS reporting EC doesn’t require achieving QP status to be eligible in PY22)
What’s new in MIPS categories for PY22?
There are several significant changes that are subject to be effective in QPP MIPS for Performance Year 2022 but two considerable changes are in the ECs list and the changes in reporting categories.
As per the new law, now both Cost and Quality performance categories share equivalent weight in the MIPS final score formation i.e.,30% from each category. The rest of the 40% MIPS reporting score is calculated by considering 15% weightage from Improvement Activities and 25% from Interoperability Promotion.
Does CMS ensure that all MIPS-related vendors will be successful in submitting data to MIPS if I utilize a third-party vendor?
No, CMS does not assure the success of every vendor. CMS, however, makes a public list of the qualified registries (QRs) and qualified clinical data registries (QCDRs). You can review them to find the best possible option for you.
What should I do if I don’t have an Electronic Health Record?
The certified 2015 electronic health record technology (CEHRT) edition is required for medical practitioners to participate in MIPS. It is possible to get a hardship exemption though depending on (1) the reporting options given for the category and (2) whether you participate as an individual, group, or virtual group.