RevolutionEHR providers can track their performance in the Quality category of MIPS on the MIPS – Quality scorecard.
Each Quality measure is worth between 0 and 10 points in the 2023 performance period.
- Small Practices will see 3 points for measures that do not meet case minimum requirements. (Fewer than 20 cases in the denominator).
- Documentation of Current Medications is capped at seven points
Unlike Promoting Interoperability, where a numerical measure can simply be converted to a MIPS score, the Quality category requires a comparison to historical performance of all providers. CMS establishes benchmarks annually for each of the MIPS Quality measures tracked by RevolutionEHR.
How do I use this information?
Notice that the decile columns run from 1 to 10 points. These are the possible MIPS scores for each measure. Within a given cell, the numbers represent your statistical performance in RevolutionEHR. Thus, the chart makes it possible to see how many MIPS points you would receive for a measure based on the performance shown on your MIPS – Quality scorecard. As an example, if your score for Diabetes: Eye Exam in RevolutionEHR was 95.0% AND you had more than 20 cases in the denominator, you would receive somewhere between 7.0 and 7.9 points. The higher the decile you fall into, the better.
The MIPS-Quality scorecard will automatically convert your performance score into MIPS points based on the above data. However, if you ever wondered what it would take numerically to get to the next decile of performance for a particular measure or you wondered what the average performance for a measure was, this table will help.