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Eligible Clinicians (ECs)

How many MIPS Eligible Clinicians are registered with CMS for your Tax Identification Number (TIN)?

For the 2017 and 2018 MIPS performance periods, the following clinician types can participate in MIPS:

  • Physicians, which includes doctors of medicine, doctors of osteopathy (including osteopathic practitioners), doctors of dental surgery, doctors of dental medicine, doctors of podiatric medicine, doctors of optometry, and chiropractors;
  • Physician assistants (PAs);
  • Nurse practitioners (NPs);
  • Clinical nurse specialists;
  • Certified registered nurse anesthetists; and
  • Any clinician group that includes one of the professionals listed above.

Submission Choices

To avoid the 2018 MIPS penalty, please complete Option A or Option B

Option A (CEHRT required)

Submit one Improvement Activity and attest to all Promoting Interoperability measures

To avoid a Medicare payment adjustment or receive a Medicaid incentive payment, health care providers must use an EHR that is certified specifically for the PI Programs. CEHRT gives assurance to purchasers and other users that an EHR system or module offers the necessary technological capability, functionality, and security to help them meet the meaningful use criteria. Certification also helps health care providers and patients be confident that the electronic health IT products and systems they use are secure, can maintain data confidentially, and can work with other systems to share information.

Improvement Activity

Select ONE of the following Improvement Activities to attest to having completed it for a continuous 90-day period in 2018

Seeing new and follow-up Medicaid patients in a timely manner, including individuals dually eligible for Medicaid and Medicare. A timely manner is defined as within 10 business days for this activity.

Collection and follow-up on patient experience and satisfaction data on beneficiary engagement, including development of improvement plan.

Provide 24/7 access to MIPS eligible clinicians, groups, or care teams for advice about urgent and emergent care (e.g., MIPS eligible clinician and care team access to medical record, cross-coverage with access to medical record, or protocol-driven nurse line with access to medical record) that could include one or more of the following:

  • Expanded hours in evenings and weekends with access to the patient medical record (e.g., coordinate with small practices to provide alternate hour office visits and urgent care);
  • Use of alternatives to increase access to care team by MIPS eligible clinicians and groups, such as e-visits, phone visits, group visits, home visits and alternate locations (e.g., senior centers and assisted living centers); and/orProvision of same-day or next-day access to a consistent MIPS eligible clinician, group or care team when needed for urgent care or transition management.

Clinicians would attest to reviewing the patients’ history of controlled substance prescription using state prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) data prior to the issuance of a Controlled Substance Schedule II (CSII) opioid prescription lasting longer than 3 days. For the transition year, clinicians would attest to 60 percent review of applicable patient’s history. For the Quality Payment Program Year 2 and future years, clinicians would attest to 75 percent review of applicable patient’s history performance.

Manage medications to maximize efficiency, effectiveness and safety that could include one or more of the following:

  • Reconcile and coordinate medications and provide medication management across transitions of care settings and eligible clinicians or groups;
  • Integrate a pharmacist into the care team; and/orConduct periodic, structured medication reviews.

Implementation of regular care coordination training.

Adopt a formal model for quality improvement and create a culture in which all staff actively participates in improvement activities that could include one or more of the following such as:

  • Multi-Source Feedback;
  • Train all staff in quality improvement methods;
  • Integrate practice change/quality improvement into staff duties;
  • Engage all staff in identifying and testing practices changes;
  • Designate regular team meetings to review data and plan improvement cycles;
  • Promote transparency and accelerate improvement by sharing practice level and panel level quality of care, patient experience and utilization data with staff; and/or
  • Promote transparency and engage patients and families by sharing practice level quality of care, patient experience and utilization data with patients and families, including activities in which clinicians act upon patient experience data.

Ensure full engagement of clinical and administrative leadership in practice improvement that could include one or more of the following:

  • Make responsibility for guidance of practice change a component of clinical and administrative leadership roles;
  • Allocate time for clinical and administrative leadership for practice improvement efforts, including participation in regular team meetings; and/or
  • Incorporate population health, quality and patient experience metrics in regular reviews of practice performance.
Attest to ALL the following PI Measures

I have not knowingly and willfully take action to limit or restrict the interoperability of certified EHR technology. I have responded to requests to retrieve or exchange information—including requests from patients and other health care providers regardless of the requestor's affiliation or technology. I have implemented appropriate standards and processes to ensure that its certified EHR technology was connected in accordance with applicable law and standards, allowed patients timely access to their electronic health information; and supported exchange of electronic health information with other health care providers.

I have (1) acknowledged the requirement to cooperate in good faith with ONC direct review health information technology certified under the ONC Health IT Certification Program if a request to assist in ONC direct review is received; AND (2) If requested, cooperated in good faith with ONC direct review of his or her health information technology certified under the ONC Health IT Certification Program as authorized by 45 CFR part 170, subpart E, to the extent that such technology meets (or can be used to meet) the definition of CEHRT, including by permitting timely access to such technology and demonstrating its capabilities as implemented and used by the MIPS eligible clinician in the field.

Conduct or review a security risk analysis in accordance with the requirements in 45 CFR 164.308(a)(1), including addressing the security (to include encryption) of ePHI data created or maintained by certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) in accordance with requirements in 45 CFR 164.312(a)(2)(iv) and 45 CFR 164.306(d)(3), and implement security updates as necessary and correct identified security deficiencies as part of the MIPS eligible clinician’s risk management process.

At least one patient seen by the MIPS eligible clinician during the performance period is provided timely access to view online, download, and transmit to a third party their health information subject to the MIPS eligible clinician’s discretion to withhold certain information.

Please select ONE of the below options

At least one permissible prescription written by the MIPS eligible clinician is queried for a drug formulary and transmitted electronically using certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT).

Any MIPS eligible clinician who writes fewer than 100 permissible prescriptions during the performance period.

Please select ONE of the below options

The MIPS eligible clinician that transitions or refers their patient to another setting of care or health care provider (1) uses certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) to create a summary of care record; and (2) electronically transmits such summary to a receiving health care provider for at least one transition of care or referral

Any MIPS eligible clinician who transfers a patient to another setting or refers a patient fewer than 100 times during the performance period.

Option B

Choose ONE of the following sets of Improvement Activities covering a continuous 90-day period in 2018.

Set 1

Attest to 1 High-Weighted Improvement Activity

Seeing new and follow-up Medicaid patients in a timely manner, including individuals dually eligible for Medicaid and Medicare. A timely manner is defined as within 10 business days for this activity.

Collection and follow-up on patient experience and satisfaction data on beneficiary engagement, including development of improvement plan.

Provide 24/7 access to MIPS eligible clinicians, groups, or care teams for advice about urgent and emergent care (e.g., MIPS eligible clinician and care team access to medical record, cross-coverage with access to medical record, or protocol-driven nurse line with access to medical record) that could include one or more of the following:

  • Expanded hours in evenings and weekends with access to the patient medical record (e.g., coordinate with small practices to provide alternate hour office visits and urgent care);
  • Use of alternatives to increase access to care team by MIPS eligible clinicians and groups, such as e-visits, phone visits, group visits, home visits and alternate locations (e.g., senior centers and assisted living centers); and/orProvision of same-day or next-day access to a consistent MIPS eligible clinician, group or care team when needed for urgent care or transition management.

Clinicians would attest to reviewing the patients’ history of controlled substance prescription using state prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) data prior to the issuance of a Controlled Substance Schedule II (CSII) opioid prescription lasting longer than 3 days. For the transition year, clinicians would attest to 60 percent review of applicable patient’s history. For the Quality Payment Program Year 2 and future years, clinicians would attest to 75 percent review of applicable patient’s history performance.

or

Set 2

Attest to 2 Medium-Weighted Improvement Activities

Manage medications to maximize efficiency, effectiveness and safety that could include one or more of the following:

  • Reconcile and coordinate medications and provide medication management across transitions of care settings and eligible clinicians or groups;
  • Integrate a pharmacist into the care team; and/orConduct periodic, structured medication reviews.

Implementation of regular care coordination training.

Adopt a formal model for quality improvement and create a culture in which all staff actively participates in improvement activities that could include one or more of the following such as:

  • Multi-Source Feedback;
  • Train all staff in quality improvement methods;
  • Integrate practice change/quality improvement into staff duties;
  • Engage all staff in identifying and testing practices changes;
  • Designate regular team meetings to review data and plan improvement cycles;
  • Promote transparency and accelerate improvement by sharing practice level and panel level quality of care, patient experience and utilization data with staff; and/or
  • Promote transparency and engage patients and families by sharing practice level quality of care, patient experience and utilization data with patients and families, including activities in which clinicians act upon patient experience data.

Ensure full engagement of clinical and administrative leadership in practice improvement that could include one or more of the following:

  • Make responsibility for guidance of practice change a component of clinical and administrative leadership roles;
  • Allocate time for clinical and administrative leadership for practice improvement efforts, including participation in regular team meetings; and/or
  • Incorporate population health, quality and patient experience metrics in regular reviews of practice performance.

Option B

Choose ONE of the following sets of Improvement Activities covering a continuous 90-day period in 2018.

Set 1

Select TWO of the following High-Weighted Improvement Activities to attest to having completed them for a continuous 90-day period in 2018

Seeing new and follow-up Medicaid patients in a timely manner, including individuals dually eligible for Medicaid and Medicare. A timely manner is defined as within 10 business days for this activity.

Collection and follow-up on patient experience and satisfaction data on beneficiary engagement, including development of improvement plan.

Provide 24/7 access to MIPS eligible clinicians, groups, or care teams for advice about urgent and emergent care (e.g., MIPS eligible clinician and care team access to medical record, cross-coverage with access to medical record, or protocol-driven nurse line with access to medical record) that could include one or more of the following:

  • Expanded hours in evenings and weekends with access to the patient medical record (e.g., coordinate with small practices to provide alternate hour office visits and urgent care);
  • Use of alternatives to increase access to care team by MIPS eligible clinicians and groups, such as e-visits, phone visits, group visits, home visits and alternate locations (e.g., senior centers and assisted living centers); and/orProvision of same-day or next-day access to a consistent MIPS eligible clinician, group or care team when needed for urgent care or transition management.

Clinicians would attest to reviewing the patients’ history of controlled substance prescription using state prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) data prior to the issuance of a Controlled Substance Schedule II (CSII) opioid prescription lasting longer than 3 days. For the transition year, clinicians would attest to 60 percent review of applicable patient’s history. For the Quality Payment Program Year 2 and future years, clinicians would attest to 75 percent review of applicable patient’s history performance.

or

Set 2

Select ONE of the following High-Weighted Improvement Activities to attest to having completed it for a continuous 90-day period in 2018

I have not knowingly and willfully take action to limit or restrict the interoperability of certified EHR technology. I have responded to requests to retrieve or exchange information—including requests from patients and other health care providers regardless of the requestor's affiliation or technology. I have implemented appropriate standards and processes to ensure that its certified EHR technology was connected in accordance with applicable law and standards, allowed patients timely access to their electronic health information; and supported exchange of electronic health information with other health care providers.

Collection and follow-up on patient experience and satisfaction data on beneficiary engagement, including development of improvement plan.

Provide 24/7 access to MIPS eligible clinicians, groups, or care teams for advice about urgent and emergent care (e.g., MIPS eligible clinician and care team access to medical record, cross-coverage with access to medical record, or protocol-driven nurse line with access to medical record) that could include one or more of the following:

  • Expanded hours in evenings and weekends with access to the patient medical record (e.g., coordinate with small practices to provide alternate hour office visits and urgent care);
  • Use of alternatives to increase access to care team by MIPS eligible clinicians and groups, such as e-visits, phone visits, group visits, home visits and alternate locations (e.g., senior centers and assisted living centers); and/orProvision of same-day or next-day access to a consistent MIPS eligible clinician, group or care team when needed for urgent care or transition management.

Clinicians would attest to reviewing the patients’ history of controlled substance prescription using state prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) data prior to the issuance of a Controlled Substance Schedule II (CSII) opioid prescription lasting longer than 3 days. For the transition year, clinicians would attest to 60 percent review of applicable patient’s history. For the Quality Payment Program Year 2 and future years, clinicians would attest to 75 percent review of applicable patient’s history performance.

AND

Select TWO of the following Medium-Weighted Improvement Activities to attest to having completed them for a continuous 90-day period in 2018

Manage medications to maximize efficiency, effectiveness and safety that could include one or more of the following:

  • Reconcile and coordinate medications and provide medication management across transitions of care settings and eligible clinicians or groups;
  • Integrate a pharmacist into the care team; and/orConduct periodic, structured medication reviews.

Implementation of regular care coordination training.

Adopt a formal model for quality improvement and create a culture in which all staff actively participates in improvement activities that could include one or more of the following such as:

  • Multi-Source Feedback;
  • Train all staff in quality improvement methods;
  • Integrate practice change/quality improvement into staff duties;
  • Engage all staff in identifying and testing practices changes;
  • Designate regular team meetings to review data and plan improvement cycles;
  • Promote transparency and accelerate improvement by sharing practice level and panel level quality of care, patient experience and utilization data with staff; and/or
  • Promote transparency and engage patients and families by sharing practice level quality of care, patient experience and utilization data with patients and families, including activities in which clinicians act upon patient experience data.

Ensure full engagement of clinical and administrative leadership in practice improvement that could include one or more of the following:

  • Make responsibility for guidance of practice change a component of clinical and administrative leadership roles;
  • Allocate time for clinical and administrative leadership for practice improvement efforts, including participation in regular team meetings; and/or
  • Incorporate population health, quality and patient experience metrics in regular reviews of practice performance.

or

Set 3

Select the following FOUR Medium-Weighted Improvement Activities to attest to having completed them for a continuous 90-day period in 2018

Manage medications to maximize efficiency, effectiveness and safety that could include one or more of the following:

  • Reconcile and coordinate medications and provide medication management across transitions of care settings and eligible clinicians or groups;
  • Integrate a pharmacist into the care team; and/orConduct periodic, structured medication reviews.

Implementation of regular care coordination training.

Adopt a formal model for quality improvement and create a culture in which all staff actively participates in improvement activities that could include one or more of the following such as:

  • Multi-Source Feedback;
  • Train all staff in quality improvement methods;
  • Integrate practice change/quality improvement into staff duties;
  • Engage all staff in identifying and testing practices changes;
  • Designate regular team meetings to review data and plan improvement cycles;
  • Promote transparency and accelerate improvement by sharing practice level and panel level quality of care, patient experience and utilization data with staff; and/or
  • Promote transparency and engage patients and families by sharing practice level quality of care, patient experience and utilization data with patients and families, including activities in which clinicians act upon patient experience data.

Ensure full engagement of clinical and administrative leadership in practice improvement that could include one or more of the following:

  • Make responsibility for guidance of practice change a component of clinical and administrative leadership roles;
  • Allocate time for clinical and administrative leadership for practice improvement efforts, including participation in regular team meetings; and/or
  • Incorporate population health, quality and patient experience metrics in regular reviews of practice performance.
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