Payment Reform and Quality Reporting Under MACRA

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Medicare is transforming how it pays psychiatrists who see Medicare patients.

APA is here to help you decide what is best for your practice. To learn about these new programs and requirements, we recommend first starting with the MACRA 101 Primer in the Payment Reform Toolkit. Then you can move on to fact sheets for more detailed information regarding the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) performance categories and “Advanced” APMs. We also recommend watching the webinar series, which includes a basic “Quality Reporting 101” webinar for psychiatrists with limited experience in quality reporting.

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MACRA 101

The MACRA 101 Primer will help you learn about these new programs and requirements.

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Webinar Series

This webinar series is designed to give psychiatrists the tools they need to succeed with payment reform.

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MIPS Performance Categories

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Cost

The MIPS Cost category measures the Medicare resources used by your patients.

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Improvement Activities

The MIPS Improvement Activities Performance category rewards your efforts to improve clinical practice.

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Quality

Quality Performance category aims to improve patient outcomes.

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Advancing Care Information

Advancing Care Information Performance category evaluates your use of electronic health records.

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Alternative Payment Models

Incentives for Alternative Payment Models support new care models with better quality and lower costs.

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Payment Reform Webinar Series

This webinar series is designed to give psychiatrists the tools they need to succeed in Medicare’s new “Quality Payment Program” under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, or MACRA.

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APA Registry Initiative

The development of a registry will assist APA members in meeting new quality requirements, and help improve patient care and outcomes.

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