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Study Finds Clinicians Affiliated with Health System Received Higher MIPS Scores

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Healthcare Dive writes clinicians who were affiliated with a health system had “significantly better” performance scores under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) than those who were unaffiliated, according to a new JAMA study. The researchers noted, however, that the study does not determine whether affiliated physicians were providing better quality care.

A further study, also published in JAMA, found that physicians who had the highest proportion of patients dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid had significantly lowers MIPS scores than other doctors.

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