Do you find yourself confusing the EHR incentive program/meaningful use objectives and measures (now Promoting Interoperability) with the Quality Payment Program Promoting Interoperability (formerly ACI) category (PI) requirements? If so, you are not alone. While these are separate and distinct programs and categories, they both build off the use of Certified EHR technology. While the Medicare Meaningful Use (MU) program transitioned into the Quality Payment Program (QPP) and is now the PI performance category, the Kentucky Medicaid EHR incentive program is a standalone program that runs through Program Year 2021. Not everyone is aware that you can actually participate in both QPP and the Kentucky Medicaid EHR Incentive Program (Promoting Interoperability Program). This allows a provider to qualify for incentive monies, up to $8,500 for a successful attestation (Kentucky Medicaid EHR Program), while also qualifying for QPP performance adjustment factors on their Medicare Part B Fee Schedule.
While the QPP PI category and the EHR Incentive Program have overlapping measures and objectives, each performance category and/or program has their own distinct requirements and eligibility. Join us August 23rd from 12-1 when we examine how the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program and the Promoting Interoperability Performance Category are similar and different in both measures and eligibility. We will also discuss how you can participate in both these programs, and how doing so can help improve your practices performance in the PI category in the Quality Payment Program.
Webinar August 23 – MIPS PI and MEDICAID PI: How are they alike and how are they different?
Thursday August 23rd 12-1 p.m. ET