Technology | Radiology Business | February 07, 2017

Innovaccer Launches MIPS Reporting and Performance Optimization Platform

Providers can calculate any MIPS registry quality measure using data from disparate sources to improve Composite Performance Scores

Innovaccer, MIPS Platform, reporting and performance optimization, Datashop

February 7, 2017 — Healthcare analytics company Innovaccer Inc. announced the launch of its holistic MIPS Platform designed to enable providers to deliver better clinical outcomes. The platform does this by helping providers monitor performances, understand population, efficiently manage data and easily submit it to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

The platform has the capability to ingest clinical, claims, ADT, scheduling, immunization, medication and labs data from disparate sources in one single longitudinal patient view. Through intuitive dashboards in the platform, providers can calculate any MIPS (Merit-Based Incentive Payment System) registry quality measure or eCQM, track and improve group/provider's MIPS Composite Performance Score.

MIPS Platform is a part of Innovaccer's existing platform Datashop. It has the list of all the measures that are used across the multiple performance measures, including measures required for quality, advancing care information and clinical practice improvement activities. In addition to this, description for every measure has been provided to help the users understand them easily.

MIPS is a part of the Quality Payment Program rolled out by CMS. Implemented on Jan. 1, it combines the existing programs such as the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), Meaningful Use and the Value-based Modifier into one performance payment system.

Innovaccer’s MIPS Platform also educates the care teams about the program, requirements and care opportunities, reducing training requirements. With a simple point-and-click interface, the platform can help both MIPS and MIPS alternative payment models (APMs) to adapt quickly to new regulations and secure maximum reimbursements.

For more information: www.innovaccer.com

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