The QPP Resource Center™ for the Midwest has integrated MIPScast™ into its web portal to help you prioritize your quality improvement efforts so they make the greatest impact. It's an interactive web app designed to import quality measures, calculate points earned, and accurately estimate your Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) final score. MIPScast™ provides you with simple score comparisons so you can pick the quality measures, specialty set and reporting methods (e.g. EHR, Registry, Claims) that yield the highest scores, and it allows you to see which categories are scoring the highest and lowest. To use MIPScast™, first join the QPP Resource Center™, then login and make sure you complete the Readiness Assessment.
Assistant Director, Quality Services
Purdue Healthcare Advisors is one of 10 partners participating in the MACRA Provider Resource Network (M-PRN) led by Michigan-based Altarum Institute. On Feb. 17, 2017, CMS awarded $20 million to Altarum and 10 other organizations nationwide to fund the first year of MACRA Quality Improvement Direct Technical Assistance. CMS intends to invest up to an additional $80 million over the remaining four years. Coalition partners include Altarum Institute, Purdue Healthcare Advisors, MPRO, Michigan Center for Rural Health, Medical Advantage Group, Northwestern University, Northern Illinois University, Stratis Health, MetaStar, and the Kentucky Regional Extension Center at the University of Kentucky.
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