MIPS Targeted Review Deadline

If you participated in the MIPS 2017 program, there is a deadline rapidly approaching. I know it seems like there are so many deadlines that we all have to remember, but this one only applies to certain people. So, keep waiting to find out if you need to do anything in the upcoming weeks.

The deadline I’m referring to is to submit a MIPS targeted review request. Now I know what you’re all thinking, what in the world is that? You would need it to submit a targeted review request if you feel that there was a mistake made in calculating your 2017 final MIPS score. I’ve listed some examples below of situations when you would want to submit a targeted review.

  • Errors or data quality issues in the data you have submitted.
  • Eligibility issues pertaining to low-volume thresholds.
  • Any issues related to APM reporting

The list above is just a few examples. You can submit a targeted review request if you feel that there were any errors in the calculation of your score.

So now, how do you submit this request?

  1. Log into the quality payment program website
  2. Follow the steps listed on the screen to complete your review

After you submit your request, you may be contacted to supply additional information for the person that is conducting your review. This is completely normal. As soon as all documentation is received and reviewed, your score will be updated on the MIPS website.

 All targeted review requests need to be submitted by October 1st 2018.

 As always, don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or ways the eMedApps team can’t help improve your practices reporting efforts! Happy reporting!

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About the Author:

Taylor Johnson
Taylor is the Meaningful Use Specialist at eMedApps and has been working with Meaningful Use since 2013. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a bachelor’s of science in Health Systems Management where she was introduced to the different areas of health care. She found her passion to be in patient satisfaction and began her journey in Meaningful Use to assure patients are getting the best quality of care possible.