The Promoting Interoperability (PI) category of the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) replaces the meaningful use program that requires physicians to attest annually on meeting certain measures prescribed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
In 2022, performance measurement in the MIPS program will be based on four weighted categories.
To meet the requirements of the PI category, an EHR is required.
For 2022, eligible clinicians must use technology certified to the 2015 Edition (2015 CEHRT).
Participants must submit collected data for certain measures from each of the 4 objectives measures (unless an exclusion is claimed) for 90 continuous days or more during 2022.
In addition to submitting measures, clinicians must:
View Details on 2022 Objectives and Measures
The above link is to a CMS Zip file, so it may take longer to load than normal files.
Use the following resources to meet the PI objectives and measures.
Texas PMP Requirements: Who, What, When, and How (TMA Webinar)
Health Information Exchange
Provider to Patient Exchange
Public Health and Clinical Data Exchange
Security Risk Analysis
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TMA reminds you that MIPS will combine quality requirements, Promoting Interoperability, improvement activities and cost requirements. If you are new to Medicare’s quality programs or want to know about the latest program requirements, visit TMA’s resource centers to learn more.
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