In 2019, the new standard is the “2015 Edition CEHRT.”
I’m thinking it’s no wonder not every physician does this.
If you haven’t previewed your data already, don’t miss your chance to preview your 2017 Quality Payment Program performance information before it is publicly reported on Physician Compare profile pages.
There’s lies, damn lies… and healing rates.
In 2018, there are two kinds of exceptions available.
CMS doesn’t care enough about patient reported outcomes like Quality of Life to incentivize collecting it as a quality measure, and manufacturers don’t care enough to fund the additional analysis that is needed.
Saying “we heal everyone” is a terrible idea.