Roji Health Intelligence QCDR Measures

Roji Health Intelligence is a CMS approved Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR). QCDRS are distinguished by their ability to foster improvement in care by creating new performance measures and reporting these to Medicare. They allow provider organizations to develop a quality measurement and improvement program aimed at the full patient population, while offering quality reporting to CMS an adjunct to that program. QCDRs are also able to benchmark provider performance using a variety of analyses. Roji Health Intelligence is the only Illinois entity to be able to report for all physicians regardless of specialty through this new mechanism for reporting quality of care to Medicare.

For groups at risk of poor scoring under MACRA MIPS for the cost component, Roji Health Intelligence also offers Solutions and Measures to address cost and quality issues. The Measures are used internally to assist the group, regardless of Quality Reporting method.

See Roji Health Intelligence QCDR Measures

Roji Health Intelligence has 9 customized QCDR Measures. We have developed all of these measures; they are unique in measuring the driving factors for outcomes, including systemic issues, so that solutions rather than penalties can be implemented. In addition to these customized measures, Roji Health Intelligence is qualified to report all PQRS (2017) and MIPS measures (both individual and Measures Groups), and all ACO/GPRO Web Interface measures. Please see the CMS Qualified Clinical Data Registry Reporting page for more information.

ICLOPS #15: Excess Days Rate and Degree of Excess (Including Physician Response)
ICLOPS #17: Rate of Follow Up Visits Within 7 Days of Discharge (Including Physician Response)
Roji Health Intelligence #1: Diabetic patients with significant change in HgbA1C level or overall change in HgbA1C
Roji Health Intelligence #2: Hypertensive patients with significant change in systolic blood pressure or overall change in systolic pressure
Roji Health Intelligence #3: Patients who have a change in tobacco use status (Improvement)
Roji Health Intelligence #4: Patients with Change in BMI
Roji Health Intelligence #5: Low back pain patients who undergo an operative procedure on the spine within 12 weeks after a referral from a primary care physician
Roji Health Intelligence #6: Breast Mass Follow Up: Percent of patients with a breast mass who do not have follow-up physician contact
Roji Health Intelligence #7: Uncontrolled chronic disease patients without a follow-up office visit