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MIPS Estimator 2017
Stratis Health Disclaimer: This tool was developed to assist MIPS eligible clinicians, and organizations who report for them, to monitor and plan for reporting to the Quality Payment Program in transition year 2017 based on past and/or present performance. This is NOT your final MIPS Composite Score which will not be known until CMS calculates it for you based on your actual submission and CMS data. The MIPS Estimator is based on the best understanding of the CMS final published rule. Slight to moderate variations are expected from the estimated MIPS score to the final MIPS score. Stratis Health is held harmless to any final score estimates and/or assumptions by end users.
Disclaimer (CMS): Eligible clinicians, regardless of whether they are Partial QPs, will NOT be able to know their MIPS payment adjustments until they are actually announced just before the payment year, so a Partial QP decision to report to MIPS does carry with it some unavoidable uncertainty. Each Advanced APM Entity will need to weigh its options of the burden of reporting and likelihood of positive MIPS adjustments with the certainty of choosing exclusion from MIPS payment adjustments, which could be upward, neutral, or downward adjustments for the payment year. https://www.federalregister.gov/d/2016-25240/p-5390
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References: Measures and scoring methodology for this Estimator were derived from content in the QPP final rule and the CMS QPP Portal.
QPP final rule: https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2016-11-04/pdf/2016-25240.pdf
CMS QPP Portal: https://qpp.cms.gov/
The MIPS Estimator was developed by Stratis Health, www.stratishealth.org. Copyright © 2018 Stratis Health