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Stratis Health 2018 MIPS Estimator Now Available

Published Thursday, May 17, 2018

Clinicians prepare for MIPS success with online Estimator.

The Stratis Health 2018 MIPS Estimator is now available to help clinicians and health care organizations prepare for success in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) Quality Payment Program (QPP). Clinicians and health care organizations use the Estimator to conveniently track their value-based performance throughout the year and identify the best strategies for enhancing care delivery and patient outcomes.

Based on the widely used and highly valued 2017 version, the Stratis Health 2018 MIPS Estimator is comprehensive, accurate, easy-to-use, and available at no cost to support clinicians and health care organizations with the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).

Key ways to use the MIPS Estimator:

  • Calculate your MIPS score.
  • Run scenarios to identify your best options for measures and data submission methods.
  • Identify the most relevant and meaningful measures to focus on that support your value journey.
  • Learn about program requirements as you step through the guided data entry.
  • Easily compare scores for individual versus group reporting.
  • Compare clinician performance using the Estimator's dashboard.
  • Validate the MIPS score provided by your EHR.

The Stratis Health 2018 MIPS Estimator provides clinicians individualized, instant feedback about their MIPS status, based on their practice experience. And, it accelerates planning for quality improvement—making the tool a first-line, precision intervention.

"The U.S. health care system continues to shift to value-driven care," said Jennifer Lundblad, PhD, MBA, president and CEO, Stratis Health. "Stratis Health built the MIPS Estimator to help prepare clinicians and health care organizations for this future, where payments are aligned with providing better care."

The 2017 MIPS Estimator was used by 432 health care organizations across the country, representing nearly 37,000 clinicians who serve Medicare patients. Users ran a total of 2,435 scenarios to understand how to best participate in MIPS.

For assistance with QPP or the Stratis Health MIPS Estimator, email the QPP Help Desk.

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