IHANY Monthly Newsletter – February, 2021
This Month’s Priorities
Our 2020 GPRO reporting is in full swing. Brian and his team will be reaching out for assistance with gathering the data we need to successfully report for Medicare’s Shared Savings Program/MIPS, which directly affects our FFS payments. The practice teams have been great and we ask for continued cooperation as we work through this tight timeframe.
- MIPS APM Promoting Interoperability Reporting:
During the January 4thMarch 31st reporting period each practice (TIN) must report their Promoting Interoperability(PI) data directly to CMS utilizing their QPP Portal Account as part of their ACO participation for 2020. James Renner has been working with your teams to review reporting and/or hardship applications as appropriate. You will select your best 90 day consecutive reporting period from 2020 to report.
- QRDA 3 EMR Quality Reports:
Beginning in 2021 and mandated in 2022 ACOs will need to adjust how we report our quality metrics. In preparation for this change we are asking that all practices run a QRDA3 report from their EMR for 2020. Once you have done this please notify Brian Pinga and he will work with you to set up a review of the report and/or provide additional guidance as needed.