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American College of Physicians Analysis Finds Only 37% of MIPS Quality Measures Deemed Valid

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RevCycle Intelligence writes: The American College of Physicians (ACP) is calling for a “time-out” to assess and improve Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) quality measures after finding few of the measures used to determine clinician performance and payment adjustments in the program were valid. According to ACP’s criteria, only 37 percent of the 271 quality measures used in MIPS are valid, the analysis in the New England Journal of Medicine showed. These quality measures met validity in five domains: importance, appropriateness, clinical evidence, specifications, and feasibility and application.

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