Update your 2022 MIPS Quality Measures today. If you haven’t already, please analyze your 2021 MIPS participation and performance and notify your StreamlineMD representative on the Quality Measures you will be using for 2022.
Please check all of your providers’ NPI numbers to confirm they are, or are not, required to participate. If the provider didn’t participate in the past, it is important to educate them on MIPS documentation requirements. See this link for participation status and provider education resources: https://qpp.cms.gov
StreamlineMD recommends using a Registry for submission and analysis of your MIPS Quality Measure data. StreamlineMD is partnered with Mingle Health to assist our clients for data submission.
Mingle Health: https://minglehealth.com
There are changes to existing Quality measures for 2022. Accordingly, we suggest that you review changes and/or discuss this with Mingle or your reporting registry. StreamlineMD will update your Quality measures, but this requires communication with your StreamlineMD representative as to which measures you will report on for 2022. Please see this link for further education: https://qpp.cms.gov/resources/resource-library
There are several Quality Measures that were removed in 2022. Therefore, if you are using one of these measures, please inform your StreamlineMD representative with new measures that will replace these outdated measures.
#21: Perioperative Care: Selection of Prophylactic Antibiotic
#23: Perioperative Care: Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis
#44: Coronary Artery Bypass Graft: Preoperative Beta-Blocker in Patients with isolated CABG surgery
#67: Hematology: Myelodysplastic Syndrome and Acute Leukemias
#70: Hematology: Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: Baseline Flow Cytometry
#154: Falls: Risk Assessment
#195: Radiology: Stenosis Measurement in Carotid Imaging Reports
#225: Radiology: Reminder System for Screening Mammograms
#337: Psoriasis: Tuberculosis Prevention for Patient with Psoriasis, Psoriatic Arthritis and RA on a Biological Immune Response Modifier
#342: Pain Brought Under Control Within 48 Hours
#429: Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Preoperative Screening for Uterine Malignancy
#434: Proportion of Patients Sustaining a Ureter Injury at the Time of Pelvic Organ Prolapse Repair
#444: Medication Management for People with Asthma
The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) ended the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula for determining how CMS pays physicians for their services. SGR was considered flawed and outdated. MACRA requires CMS to implement a payment incentive program, the Quality Payment Program. There are 2 ways clinicians can choose to participate in the Quality Payment Program based on their practice size, specialty, location, or patient population:
StreamlineMD clients generally choose to follow the MIPS program.