The National Quality Forum has published its guidance for the new Merit-Based Incentive Payment System. NQF’s Measure Applications Partnership examined some five-dozen MIPS performance measures, proposed for implementation in 2017, from which data would be collected to track eligible providers’ performance in 2019.
“As the U.S. healthcare system increasingly shifts to a performance-based payment system, MAP’s role [is to servenationa] as an impartial advisor bringing stakeholders together from across the healthcare spectrum,” NQF’s chief scientific officer Helen Burstin said in a statement.
To that end, MAP offered some suggestions to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for better aligning with multiple federal healthcare programs, namely the Medicare Shared Savings Program.Read More On www.healthcareitnews.com
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