This collection type is available for individuals, groups, and virtual groups that are small practices (fewer than 15 providers billing under the same TIN).
At the conclusion of an encounter, codes can be added to a CMS-1500 form to let Medicare know what quality actions were taken during a visit. RevolutionEHR facilitates participation in claims-based reporting through Quality Alerts on the coding screen within an encounter: See Example
The Quality Alert provides a number of, but not all, possible quality data codes for the patient based on conditions evaluated during that visit (as determined by the diagnoses appearing in Today’s Diagnoses). The provider can then check the appropriate measures, click “Add Selected” and the quality codes would appear in the encounter ready to be applied to the claim. The Quality Alert will provide codes pertaining to the following quality measures for 2022:
- POAG: Reduction of IOP ≥15% OR Documentation of a Plan of Care (Outcome measure)
- Diabetes: Eye Exam
- Diabetes: Poor Hemoglobin A1c Control (>9%) (Outcome measure)
- Documentation of Current Medications in the Medical Record (High Priority measure)
- Preventative Care and Screening: Tobacco Use: Screening and Cessation Intervention
- Preventative Care and Screening: Screening for High Blood Pressure and Follow Up Documented
*Removed for 2022: AMD: Dilated Macular Evaluation
*Outcome measures will be awarded 2 bonus points if reported successfully.
*High Priority measures will be awarded 1 bonus point if reported successfully.
*The 3 eye-specific measures will appear in the alert as pertinent to the case.
*The 3 diagnosis-independent measures will appear for each encounter without regard to diagnoses.
Alternate measures that a provider might choose to report through the course of the year should be added to the Common Services list for easy addition to a claim as pertinent. Remember that the goal is to report on 6 measures more than 70% of the time that they apply throughout the year. Thus, providers should identify which codes fit their practice and patient base, make sure they’re available to be added to claims either through the Quality Alert or the Common Services list and develop consistency in reporting them.