2017 MIPS Reporting Options [Infographic]

Would you like to make money in the first year of MIPS? If your answer is “Yes!” or even a sassier response such as, “Duh!” then it’s time to begin planning for your MIPS submission in earnest.

The deadline to begin any 90-day activities is creeping up on us. October 2 is the last day for you to begin a 90-day activity. By reporting just 90-days of data for each category of MIPS, you’ll be eligible for a potential increase to your Medicare fee schedule.

In this infographic, we’ve laid out the MIPS reporting options for 2017. If you look at the requirements for each reporting option, you’ll see that it’s not as difficult as you think to fully participate.

Also see: How Can I Make Money in the First Year of MIPS?

So, let’s hit the road! Pick your pace from the tracks below and drive your Eligible Clinicians toward success. Are you ready to take the wheel of quality reporting? Then jump in the driver’s seat. Don’t stare out your review mirror or else you’ll be stalled for growth. Instead, let’s shift gears to go in a new and better direction. And if these terrible idioms are driving you up a wall, it’s definitely time to get this show on the road. Let’s kick the tires and light the fires. (I can’t help myself.)




When: Wednesday, December 6
1 P.M. ET | 12 P.M. CT | 10 A.M. PT

The Quality Payment Program final rule drops at the beginning of November and it’s time to being processing and planning for 2018. In this can’t miss webinar session, Medisolv’s certified MACRA/MIPS Healthcare Professional, Denise Scott, will walk you through all of the new requirements for the MIPS program in 2018. 

This free educational webinar will help you understand who is eligible for the MIPS program and what’s required for successful completion. We will outline strategies that will help you prepare your providers for their best reporting year yet.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  1. About the changes made in the 2018 final rule for the Quality Payment Program;
  2. Reporting requirements for MIPS;
  3. How the final score is calculated;
  4. Best practices and resources for preparing your clinicians for a successful quality reporting year.

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Erin Heilman