MVP is short for MIPS Value Pathways. It is a reporting framework under the CMS QPP (Quality Payment Program). Most organizations are currently reporting under the traditional MIPS reporting framework, or they are part of an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) who reports under the APP reporting framework.
The tricky part about the MVP framework is that it’s organized by specialty and contains measures relevant to that specialty group. CMS’s long-term vision is to move everyone (not in an ACO) to the MVP reporting framework. This would require you to report for every specialty within your TIN (Tax Identification Number). If your TIN is constructed as a multi-specialty group, that means you’ve got some work to do to enable and improve measures relevant to those specialties.
Let's be honest, it is not easy to understand all the options for MVP reporting. Which MVP should you do first? Which measures are available in that MVP? What is the type of measure (eCQM, CQM)?
So, our team of QPP experts came up with this incredible Excel workbook for you.
In this Excel sheet you can:
Sort by MVP to see which measures are included within the MVP
Sort by measure type (eCQM vs CQM)
Review how many MVPs use that measure to find the most common measures across MVPs
Look at established and new MVPs for 2024
This should help your team decide how you want to start down the MVP path. We suggest you at least consider starting with one MVP in 2024 to see how it goes. Medisolv is supporting the following MVPs in 2024.
Value in Primary Care
Focusing on Women’s Health
Advancing Care for Heart Disease
Adopting Best Practices and Promoting Patient Safety within Emergency Medicine
Erin Heilman is the Vice President of Marketing for Medisolv, Inc.