Care coordination is at the core of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). Providers who understand care coordination, embrace proactive between-visit care, and engage patients to become active participants in their health are in the best possible position to succeed with MACRA.
That’s How a Great CareSync Client Thinks!
With the implementation of MACRA right around the corner, many providers are in a panic to prepare. We want to put your mind at ease by reminding you that CareSync has the platform and staff to perform, track, and report effective care coordination and help you meet many of the requirements associated with MACRA.
Which Measures Can CareSync Help You With?
For those who will be reporting in the Quality Payment Program through the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), we examined published MIPS measures to identify areas CareSync could make an impact.
We found we can support an individual clinician’s MIPS journey in the following ways:
16 Quality measures (you only need 6 for full participation)
13 Medium-Weighted Activities and 1 High-Weighted Activity for the Improvement Activities category (you only need 4 Medium or 2 High-Weighted Activities for full participation)
3 out of 5 required measures for the Advancing Care Information category (Security Risk Analysis and e-Prescribing are to be completed within the practice) plus 4 more measures which can be used for additional credit
We also offer care coordination services that can support those who will be participating through an Advanced Alternative Payment Model (APM). Contact us to learn more!
Last Updated: November 9, 2016