Gastroenterology MIPS Solutions
Track Your Estimated MIPS Score, Get Personal MIPS Healthcare Coaching and Report to the GIQuIC Registry
To help you achieve your MIPS goals, you’ll want robust technology that helps you demonstrate the high-quality care you provide—without a massive reporting burden. With a distinguished track record in gastroenterology value-based care, including MIPS submissions, Modernizing Medicine® Gastroenterology, formerly gMed®, has your back. Our gGastro® suite allows you to:
Collect MIPS data during the exam in our easy-to-use 2015 Edition ONC CEHRT-certified gastroenterology EHR.*
- Collect MIPS data during the exam in our easy-to-use 2015 Edition ONC CEHRT-certified gastroenterology EHR.1
- Track your estimated MIPS score in near real-time and adjust processes
- Benefit from our industry leadership in GI value-based care and EHR content
- See your progress on each reportable MIPS measure and category2
- Report to the GIQuIC gastroenterology registry
- Get one-on-one guidance from CMHP-Certified MIPS Advisors with gAdvisor™3
- Engage patients with our kiosk, patient portal, gReminder+™ and gSurvey™
gGastro Knows Your Numbers
When it comes to your reimbursements and potential merit-based incentive payments, knowing what to expect is usually better than being surprised at the end of the year. That’s why our gGastro electronic health records (EHR) system and gGastro Endoscopy Report Writer (ERW) software* come with a built-in gastroenterology estimated MIPS scorecard for value-based healthcare.
You can track your estimated MIPS Composite Score in near real-time in gGastro, factoring in your personal scores in the following weighted performance categories: Quality, Promoting Interoperability and Improvement Activities. When you know where you stand, you can be better equipped to make adjustments along the way and work towards achieving your goals in your MIPS reporting.
- Customize your MIPS dashboard
- Set reports to run daily, weekly, monthly or on-demand as needed.
- Drill down to individual categories, measures and even patients
- View 2021 Quality Benchmarks
- Report Promoting Interoperability measures using 2015 Edition CEHRT
- Easily generate a final file for submission
*The built-in scorecard for the ERW is based on office visits not procedures. If you only use gGastro ERW, you cannot use it to report MIPS quality measures. You must also have gGastro EHR.
Interested in using advanced tools to analyze your quality metrics and benchmark performance within the gGastro suite? Learn more about our gInsights™ data analytics platform.
gGastro supports GIQuIC submission to let you easily submit data without having to upload files manually. By using GIQuIC as a clinical data registry, you may be able to claim credit for one of the two Public Health and Clinical Data Registry reporting objectives within the PI category.
- Report gastroenterology-specific quality measures
- Demonstrate participation in improvement activities (IAs)
- Choose whether to use gGastro or GIQuIC or both for submission
- Benchmark against peer providers
A Personal Touch: gAdvisor MIPS Support*
Modernizing Medicine Gastroenterology’s gGastro suite already provides powerful value-based care tools, and gAdvisor provides the final piece of the puzzle: personal guidance to help you understand how to meet your goals.
HOW DID gADVISOR™ CLIENTS DO ON 2019 MIPS?**
Your practice’s CMHP-Certified MIPS Advisor will work with you to build your custom gastroenterology MIPS project plan and then help you execute it. They’ll also monitor your practice’s performance and workflows, helping you make adjustments as needed. The result? You can benefit from our experience and expertise while spending less time and resources on MIPS.
Learn more about our two service plans and sign up today!
**Numbers are estimated based on data collected by the Modernizing Medicine Gastroenterology gAdvisor service for the 2019 reporting year, using the MIPS scoring criteria published by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”); may not reflect scores for all MIPS categories; final results may vary. Prior performance doesn’t guarantee future results.
What Are MACRA and MIPS?
The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) was signed into law on April 16, 2015. MACRA created the Quality Payment Program that includes the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System, also known as MIPS.
MIPS consolidated prior value-based care programs into one system that rewards or penalizes eligible clinicians based on how they perform compared to peers. Earn a MIPS Composite Score of more than 60 in the 2021 reporting year, and you may earn a positive adjustment of up to 9% on your part B reimbursements in 2023. Score below the 60 point threshold, and you will get a negative adjustment of up to 9%.
The Stakes Are High
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) awarded the first MIPS adjustments early in 2019 based on 2017 performance, and in the 2021 performance year, it plans to raise the stakes even further with a payment adjustment of up to 9%.
If you bill $1.5 million in Medicare in 2023, your MIPS score can decide whether you gain or lose up to
based on your 2021 performance.
In this changing environment, having a leading EHR vendor like Modernizing Medicine Gastroenterology to help equip you with the right people, processes and technology can help you streamline value-based care reporting and work towards achieving your MIPS goals.
Here’s What Your Peers Are Saying
Karen Robinson, Office Manager, Tri-County Gastroenterology
“My gAdvisor is phenomenal. She is extremely knowledgeable, helpful and thorough. Her attention to detail has helped us understand things in a manner in which we did not before. She is always very responsive and available when we need her.”
Judy Jackson, Practice Manager, Springfield Gastroenterology
The reporting of quality measures for CMS’s MIPS program is often an added burden to the office staff, and gAdvisor has helped us manage that burden. We have an amazing and very knowledgeable advisor. We’re confident in her work, and it helps us understand if the work we’re doing is what’s needed to meet our reporting obligations.