Earn Value-Based Health Care Incentives for MACRA MIPS and Health Plans
Value-Based Health Care, with its rewards and penalties, is your practice ground for Risk.
Since the earliest days of Medicare quality reporting, Roji Health Intelligence (formerly ICLOPS) has helped clients to earn incentives and avoid penalties through excellent PQRS Quality Measurement and Reporting, and our Value Modifier optimization consultations. With our guidance, providers have successfully “tiered up” in the higher quality-lower cost spectrum.
Medicare quality and cost programs will continue and become tougher under new Medicare MACRA legislation and Rules, which replace former PQRS and Value Modifier programs. Medicare’s Merit Incentive Payment System (MIPS) is complex, and MIPS scoring success in four components will be tough to meet. MIPS incentives or penalties are larger and will affect revenues. Poor publicized scores can erode confidence in the provider.
To avoid these pitfalls, you need an experienced guide. Roji Health Intelligence has an unparalleled track record for helping to improve our clients’ positioning for CMS quality and cost scoring and other Value-Based Health Care programs. We set your path to success with our proven Solutions:
Learn more MACRA MIPS components and scoring in the Roji Health Intelligence e-Book and blogs.
Get the Added Advantage of a Qualified Clinical Data Registry
Roji Health Intelligence has been a QCDR since 2014, the first year that designation was initiated, and is also a qualified Registry for CMS quality reporting of all measures and all specialties.
MIPS Quality Reporting will include all patients, not just Medicare beneficiaries. This creates an all-inclusive quality measurement that can be apply to any commercial health plan as well as Medicare, affecting all provider revenues. Universality of scoring may eliminate conflicts in publicized provider rankings, but it also will increase the pressure on providers to do well.
Roji Health Intelligence brings providers the distinct benefits of a QCDR, an advanced Registry technology authorized by Medicare. QCDR-developed measures can assist providers in generating better performance on cost and quality.
Together with Registry Reporting advantages that allow providers more latitude to correct results before reporting measures and to have more options for best measure selection, Roji Health Intelligence QCDR puts the provider system on a better path to better data and improved public scores. In contrast to the “catch-all” direct reporting from Electronic Health Records, the Roji Registry both audits and helps improve results prior to reporting.
Optimize Quality and Cost Positioning under MACRA and Health Plans
Achieve and Attest to Performance Improvement
Convert your EHR Investment into Better Positioning under Value-Based Health Care
Take the first step to build your path to success.