The Hawkins Foundation and Sharecare are teaming up to help AANA members respond to value-based reimbursement opportunities.
The Hawkins Foundation and Sharecare want to help AANA members maximize financial rewards within the value-based CMS quality payment program commonly referred to as MIPs.
Since establishing orthoQCDR in 2016 – the first orthopaedic-focused, CMS-approved qualified clinical data registry – along with performance measures that took advantage of patient reported outcomes used throughout the industry and risk adjustment algorithms that measured true quality performance, we have worked to educate and maximize returns for our participants.
The orthoQCDR AANA program offers a choice of three participation models to fit with the unique needs of your practice.
orthoQCDR File: We work with your technologist to obtain your data at year-end and ensure compliant reporting.
orthoQCDR Dashboard: With a simple technology connection, we provide the practice with a custom data dashboard and monthly reports that allow the clinic to gauge current performance work proactively to improve quality.
orthoQCDR MAX: Along with custom dashboards and monthly reports, we hold monthly coaching calls to review opportunities to improve results.
Additional Features Include:
- orthoQCDR helpdesk with knowledgeable humans, not bots.
- Educational webinars throughout the year discussing best practices
- Performance measures that include physical therapy
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