- Primary Care Physicians and Physician Specialists (billing Medicare)
- Physician Assistants (PAs)
- Nurse Practitioners
- Clinical Nurse Specialists
- Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists
Together We Report the Quality Payment Program (QPP) 2018 to Avoid Penalties in 2020
Medicare and Medicaid meaningful use gather value for the healthcare system regardless of the infinite scale of the implementation task. As long as all the stakeholders stay resilient, the system moves on towards betterment. P3 Healthcare Solutions stays on track to give you an edge over the others.
The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) is the law establishing the Quality Payment Program (QPP) for eligible professionals. MIPS 2017 was the first year of this program, and the scores for 2017 are out. CMS’ specific portal for QPP mentions them with more than 2 percent payment adjustments for the top participants.
We are currently going through the second year of the Quality Payment Program. QPP 2018 is here to accomplish three basic goals.
Types of Clinicians
Low-Volume Threshold Requirement
For MIPS 2018, the eligibility benchmark has exceeded.
You are eligible for MIPS 2018 if you are –
- Providing care to more than 200 patients in a year
- Billing $90,000 or more to Medicare for Medicare Part B patients
These are comprehensive changes and exclude many clinicians from participating in the 2018 program.