FOTO’s QCDR integrates with leading therapy EMRs and FOTO’s Outcomes Manager program to provide a complete MIPS reporting solution for rehab clinicians Knoxville, TN, Jan. 16, 2020 – Focus on Therapeutic Outcomes, Inc. (FOTO), a Net Health company, today announced that it has been approved as a 2020 Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) by the […]
Quality Payment Program
Each year since 2009, we have been endorsed as a CMS endorsed registry. We just received CMS designation as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry for physical and occupational therapists. We are ready for Merit-based Incentive Payment System reporting year 2019.
What’s next? Are you required to participate in MIPS 2019? Are you wondering about opting-in or voluntarily reporting?
Now that you have had time to read the final rule or various blog posts and news releases across the internet, if you are required to participate (or are choosing to opt-in), you need to decide which reporting option is best for you.
For many of you who just learned that you will be required to participate in the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), your head is now spinning on how to get yourself up to speed and ready for January 1, 2019.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released the final rule for calendar year 2019. Qualified Clinical Data Registries, Merit-based Incentive Payment System, Functional Limitation Reporting, KX modifiers, Telehealth, Coding for Assistants and more!
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has proposed changes with the 2019 Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) for payment year 2021 that will impact rehabilitation clinicians.
Provides Research Brief to House Ways and Means Committee On Pay-for-Performance Policies That Can Improve Quality of Patient Care Knoxville, TN – June 14, 2018 – Focus on Therapeutic Outcomes, Inc. (FOTO) accepted an invitation by the U.S. House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health to offer guidance on how Congress may assist the medical […]
The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) recently published its March report. Within the report, one section addressed the failing MIPS (merit-based incentive payment system). MedPAC offered a different route for determining quality which was based on group data versus individual clinician data.
Many professional organizations and associations were proactive in addressing a very large problem targeted to go into motion in 2018. Two bills were introduced in February 2017. H.R. 807 Medicare Access to Rehabilitation Services Act of 2017 and S. 253 Medicare Access to Rehabilitation Services Act of 2017. My feelings are very strong about what […]