Healthmonix Advisor

Primaris Partners with Healthmonix to Provide MIPS and ACO Reporting Solutions

Posted by Christina Zink on June 21, 2018

Primaris and Healthmonix have joined forces to help healthcare providers meet and exceed new regulations that tie the quality of patient care to the payment for that care.

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Topics: ACO, Healthmonix, APMs

Nail Your 2018 QPP Reporting with the Help of our MACRA Specialists

Posted by Lauren Patrick on May 15, 2018

Over the past year, we tracked over 11 million patients with over 2 BILLION quality actions in MIPS reporting alone! We are already back to work and developing some really cool new analytic solutions to help our clients optimize their Quality outcomes.

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Topics: MACRA & MIPS, Healthmonix, APMs

3 Key Takeaways from the 2017 MACRA Summit

Posted by Christopher Jayne on November 1, 2017

The Second National MACRA MIPS/APM Summit is the leading forum on MACRA, MIPS, APMs, and other Value Based Payment Models. With no fee increases across-the-board for physicians from 2020-2025, value-based payment is going to become key for any health system's viability. Healthmonix was pleased to attend this summit and see MACRA policy and perspective in the making, with thought leaders in the medical, research, and business fields convening to break down MACRA and it's implementation now, as well as look towards the future of what MACRA can and should be.

We put together a brief list of takeaways from this event.

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Topics: MACRA & MIPS, Industry insights, APMs

Top Three Questions about Advanced Alternative Payment Model (APM) Participation

Posted by Christina Zink on November 21, 2016

 On October 14, 2016, the Department of Health and Human Services release the MACRA Quality Payment Program Final Rule. According to the Executive Summary of the Final Rule, the aims of the Quality Payment Program are to : "(1) support care improvement by focusing on better outcomes for patients, decreased provider burden, and preservation of independent clinical practice; (2) promote adoption of Alternative Payment Models that align incentives across healthcare stakeholders; and (3) advance existing efforts of Delivery System Reform, including ensuring a smooth transition to a new system that promotes high-quality, efficient care through unification of CMS legacy programs."[1]

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Topics: MACRA & MIPS, Policy, Eligibility, APMs