Health Information Technology (HIT)Improving care through improved utilization of HIT
Our goal is to support the transition of ‘eligible’ clinicians and hospitals to the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). The MIPS system is based on the following performance categories: Quality, Resource Use, Improvement Activities and Advancing Care Information; which encompasses EHR-related content.
We are partnering with a select number of physician clinics and Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) in the region to improve EHR adoption rates, full optimization of Certified Electronic Health Record Technology (CEHRT) capabilities, workflows and assist with physician practice transformation. We are collaborating with stakeholders and Regional Extension Centers to showcase proven interventions that result in successfully meeting the requirements of the “Advancing Care Information” performance category.
Through our efforts, we aim to increase screening rates and delivery of preventive services for Medicare consumers, improve coordination of care among providers and increase consumer access to medical records that promote patient engagement.
|Meaningful Use – What Eligible Hospitals Need to Know for 2016||Resources||Meaningful Use – What Eligible Hospitals Need to Know for 2016||CMS|
|Meaningful Use – 2016 Eligible Professional Public Health Reporting||Resources||Meaningful Use – 2016 Eligible Professional Public Health Reporting||CMS|
|Updated May 15th, 2015 - If you participate in any of the following incentive programs offered by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services use this worksheet to calculate the various payment adjustments that affect your provider: Meaningfule Use (MU); Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS); Value-Base Payment Modifier (VBM).||Tool||Medicare Payment Adjustment Calculator||GPQIN|
|2016 Meaningful Use Eligible Professionals Table of Contents||Resources||2016 Meaningful Use Eligible Professionals Table of Contents||CMS|
|2015-2017 EHR Incentive Programs (Modified Stage 2) Attestation User Guide for Eligible Professionals||Toolkit||2015-2017 EHR Incentive Programs (Modified Stage 2) Attestation User Guide for Eligible Professionals||CMS|
|Meaningful Use – 2016 Eligible Hospital Public Health Reporting||Resources||Meaningful Use – 2016 Eligible Hospital Public Health Reporting||CMS|
|Meaningful Use Q&As and Related Resources - Change Q&A with Chat Links.||Meaningful Use||Meaningful Use Q&As and Related Resources||Quality Innovation NCC|
|2015-2017 EHR Incentive Programs (Modified Stage 2) Attestation User Guide for Eligible Hospitals and Critical Access Hospitals||Toolkit||2015-2017 EHR Incentive Programs (Modified Stage 2) Attestation User Guide for Eligible Hospitals and Critical Access Hospitals||CMS|
|Meaningful Use – 2016 Security Risk Analysis||Resources||Meaningful Use – 2016 Security Risk Analysis||CMS|
|2016 Meaningful Use Eligible Hospital Table of Contents||Resources||2016 Meaningful Use Eligible Hospital Table of Contents||CMS|
|Medication Reconcilation Meaningful Use Toolkit||Toolkit||Medication Reconcilation Meaningful Use Toolkit||HealthIT|
|Meaningful Use – 2016 Patient Electronic Access||Resources||Meaningful Use – 2016 Patient Electronic Access||CMS|
|Meaningful Use – What Eligible Professionals Need to Know for 2016||Resources||Meaningful Use – What Eligible Professionals Need to Know for 2016||CMS|
|December 17, 2015 presentation titled Meaningful Use Community Practice: Recap of the Nov 19 2015 MU CoP||Presentation||Meaningful Use Community of Practice Recap||CMS|
|Kaitlin Nolte||BA||Quality Improvement Project Manager||Kansas||kaitlin.nolte@area-A.hcqis.org|
|Jane Stotts||RN, BSN||Quality Improvement Advisor||Nebraska||Jane.Stotts@area-a.hcqis.org|
|Patti Kritzberger (co-lead)||RHIT, CHPS||Health Information Technology/Quality Specialist||North Dakota||Patti.Kritzberger@area-a.hcqis.org|
|Tracey Regimbal||RHIT||Health Information Technology/Quality Specialist||North Dakota||Tracey.Regimbal@area-a.hcqis.org|
|Holly Arends||Program Manager||South Dakota||Holly.Ahrends@area-a.hcqis.org|
Some content on this page is saved in an alternative format. To view these files, download the following free software.
- PDF Documents: Get Adobe® Reader®
Learning and Action Network
We invite you to join the Great Plains Learning and Action Network (LAN). All LAN partners will be invited to attend educational sessions on a variety of topics, have opportunities to learn from peers throughout the state and region and have access to an abundance of resources and tools. The LAN is a great opportunity to get connected and demonstrate your commitment to quality improvement.