This technical assistance (TA) offering is designed for offices who desire a hands-on approach. QIAS will hold meetings with a qualified provider office to facilitate 2019 participation in the Quality Payment Program. TA will include completing Security Risk Analysis, Measure Gap Assessment (including assistance with public health and interoperability) and use of MIPScast® Qualified Registry for comparative analysis and data submission. A dedicated QIAS representative will be assigned and practice interaction will be comprised of webinars, phone/email contact, and in person/virtual meetings as available. Upon completion of the reporting period, QIAS will work with the practice to meet the requirements of the reporting method selected for each performance category.
Designed to help active ACO Participants achieve the requirements of the 2019 Quality Payment Program, Promoting Interoperability (PI) Measures only. TA will to include completing Security Risk Analysis, Measure Gap Assessment (including assistance with public health and interoperability) and use of MIPScast® Qualified Registry for comparative analysis and data submission. Upon completion of the performance period, QIAS will work with the practice to meet the requirements of PI Submission. A dedicated QIAS representative will be assigned and practice interaction will be comprised of webinars, phone/email contact, and in person/virtual meetings as available.
This offering is designed to assist clinicians with QPP Submission using the MIPScast® Qualified Registry. Practice will have all reporting data completed and ready for entry. QIAS will assist with HARP account creation and submission of measures into the QPP Submission Portal, if necessary.
Designed to help providers achieve the requirements of the Promoting Interoperability Measure “Protect Electronic Health Information”. Staff will guide practice through completion of a proprietary Security Risk Analysis process, providing a report of information security vulnerabilities and recommended corrective actions. Staff will also help the practice navigate implementation of corrective actions.
Please see the SRA fact sheet for more information.
PI Audit Response Support includes remote or in-person meetings with the Health System to review that the attested qualifications and supporting documents are in place for PI. QIAS delivers these services through interactions with the practice comprised of meetings, webinars, and phone/email contact. QIAS will help answer questions, review documentation, and recommend corrective action as necessary. Upon completion of the audit analysis, QIAS will work with the practice to submit identified information to their respective auditor.
Altarum Chronic Care Management (CCM) services enable physicians to take advantage of the updated Medicare billing requirements for CCM services. Joining our program provides your practice with a dedicated, experienced, and thoroughly vetted Care Manager who has extensive familiarity with CCM billing codes. The Care Manager works within your practice helping fulfill CMS criteria in order to maximize reimbursement potential.
Please see the CCM Case Study fact sheet for more information.
Customized consulting package outside the scope of our service offerings listed above, to help clients who need assistance with health information technology integration.
Our broad range of consulting experience includes both in-patient and out-patient services in diverse settings including small clinics, outpatient surgical centers, critical access hospitals (emergency departments, surgery, lab, etc.), and medical practices. We can help rapidly address common “pain points” and barriers relating to patient flow, productivity, efficiency, and staff/patient satisfaction – we work closely with organizations to develop practical and effective performance improvement plans – and we provide hands-on implementation assistance.
Please see the QIAS Consulting Services fact sheet for more information.