QPP MIPS participation offers a golden opportunity to target incentives and bonuses. Especially when the CMS has been favoring and rewarding small medical practices then why not take advantage of this chance.
Small Medical Practices! If you’re wondering how to play safe and avoid a penalty in MIPS 2019 reporting. We have come up with a few tricks that help you to achieve your goal.
The first step would be to check the eligibility status of the small group. Verify your Tax Identification Number (TIN) under which you’re participating.
You can enter your National Provider Identifier (NPI) on the QPP Participation Status Lookup Tool https://qpp.cms.gov/participation-lookup to know about the details.
Reporting for MIPS Quality measure is crucial in MIPS 2019 reporting, and it is a requirement that can’t be missed. Therefore, submit data for at least one patient that fulfills all the quality performance requirements with six quality measures.
Physicians are required to report data for “Improvement Activities” (completed for ninety days) with two medium or one high-weighted measure of the respective category.
While reporting for MIPS performance categories, make sure to document every procedure accurately. For Instance, while reporting for medication, document procedures with the up-to-date list of medication.
Small Practices! MIPS 2019 reporting is not complex to the extent where you can’t achieve a total of thirty points. MIPS Qualified Registry such as P3 Healthcare Solutions offers affordable packages for QPP MIPS reporting. If you don’t find any way out, consult us for a FREE consultation. Read more in this article.