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2021 MIPS Proposed Rule: Key Highlights

CMS dropped the 2021 PFS proposed rule which contained changes to the MIPS program. Check out our slideshow featuring the highlights of what you should know.

What’s in store for MIPS 2021? Last week, CMS dropped the 2020 Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) proposed rule. The rule is pretty conservative for the MIPS program. In fact, CMS starts out by saying they recognize how difficult 2020 has been for clinicians (read: dumpster fire) so they are “limiting the number of significant changes to the Quality Payment Program in 2021.”

They did however propose a few changes of note. We put together a slideshow with highlights of the proposed MIPS changes. Keep in mind that these are just the proposed changes. The final rule will come out in late fall.

We've provided the links to the CMS proposed rule documents below.

2020 QPP Fact Sheet 

2020 PFS Proposed Rule

Remember when you partner with a MIPS vendor like Medisolv, our clinical experts work closely with you—every step of the way—to help you gain a better understanding of the changes to MIPS and guide you through a successful MIPS submission year after year.



 

STAY AHEAD OF THE QUALITY CURVE 

The proposed rule for MIPS is in. Help keep your hospitals ahead of the quality curve and stay in the "know". Here are some resources you may find useful.

Upcoming Webinar: "2020 MIPS Reporting Options: Understanding COVID-19 Changes"
Blog: "Changes to 2020 MIPS Reporting Requirements"
Download: "[eBook] An Overview of MIPS 2020"

 
 
Erin Heilman

Erin Heilman is the Marketing Director for Medisolv, Inc.

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