As 2022 winds down, anesthesia practices nationwide begin the process of reevaluating their MIPS reporting options for the upcoming year. Should they start participating in the new MIPS Value Pathways (MVP) program, which only requires 4 total measures to be submitted? Or, should they continue using the conventional reporting approach, which requires 6 measures? Either way, there’s a lot of revenue at stake. Eligible clinicians who fail to meet the 75-point composite score threshold can lose up to 9% of their Medicare collections, a significant potential impact to any practice.
Fortunately, MSN Healthcare Solutions can help. Being the first billing company in the country to be awarded a Qualified Clinical Data Registry by CMS, we’re able to help practices navigate through this confusing program – from initial measure set consultation, all the way to your annual MIPS submission to CMS. We’ve also licensed several patient satisfaction survey measures, which you can participate in by leveraging our ‘best in class’ survey tool. Listed below is our complete 2023 measure option menu for your consideration. For more information on how MSN Healthcare Solutions can help your practice optimize the MIPS program, please contact Hal Nelson at email@example.com.
Hal has 30+ years of experience on both the payor and RCM side, with a focus in Anesthesia. He formerly worked as a senior claims approver at United Healthcare, as well as a compliance officer for multiple national anesthesia billing companies. His broad-based experience ensures that MSN clients have a resource for documentation and billing issues. His past speaking engagements include ASA, MGMA, Dartmouth, and Johns Hopkins.
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