The Cost performance category of MIPS, worth 15% of the Final Score in 2019, isn't well understood but in a few short years will be of equal weight to the Quality category. As such, understanding this confusing performance category, how to interpret the feedback reports, and how to use the information to improve is vital to Eligible Clinicians' continued success in the Quality Payment Program's MIPS track. Join Beth Hickerson from Medical Advantage Group and Bruce Maki from Altarum as they break down the Cost category, answering frequently asked questions such as:
- What are the Cost category measures?
- How are patients attributed to clinicians and groups?
- What does the Cost information on my 2018 MIPS feedback report mean?
- Where can I find supplemental data related to my 2018 MIPS score?
- How will the Cost category change for 2019 and beyond?
- And of course, the biggest question of all….How can I improve my Cost score?