The SpectraMedix MIPS Solution will provide advanced data integration, measures reporting and quality improvement analytics to power Auburn Community Hospital’s MIPS Program Implementation
East Windsor, NJ — August 16, 2017 — Auburn Community Hospital has selected the SpectraMedix eMeasures360™ for MIPS Platform to implement its Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) program. The eMeasures360™ for MIPS Platform will enable Auburn Community Hospital to capture data, calculate and track MIPS performance measures, and submit results to CMS to help maximize Medicare reimbursements.
“A top priority for Auburn Community Hospital’s transition to value-based care is implementing a MIPS Program,” said Chris Ryan, Chief Information Officer, Auburn Community Hospital. “We chose SpectraMedix and eMeasures360™ for MIPS because they provide a full service solution for the entire MIPS reporting process.”
eMeasures360™ for MIPS is a data aggregation and near real-time reporting solution. It provides measure drill-downs to help leadership, providers and analysts evaluate performance and take action to improve quality. Key benefits of eMeasures360™ for MIPS include:
- QCDR, Qualified Registry, and (CEHRT) reporting capabilities
- Support for all 243 MIPS quality measures and all 53 MIPS eCQMs
- Tools to extract and harmonize claims, clinical, survey and self-reported data
- The ability to combine billing and clinical data for MIPS reporting
- A validation process for MIPS measure calculation
- Near real-time MIPS performance tracking
- Tracking and attestation for the MIPS Improvement Activity and Advancing Care Information categories
Additionally, SpectraMedix provides a MIPS calculator to run payment scenarios that helps users evaluate total dollars at risk year over year based on unique organizational details
The SpectraMedix eMeasures360™ for MIPS solution is part of the SpectraMedix 360™ Platform of clinical and business intelligence solutions. The SpectraMedix 360™ Platform is utilized by hospitals, health systems, healthcare providers and payers to implement pay for performance and shared risk initiatives including MIPS, electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eCQMs), clinically integrated networks, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Medicaid Reform programs such as DSRIP.
Auburn Community Hospital is a 99-bed sole provider of acute and general hospital services in Cayuga County and the surrounding areas, serving a population of approximately 80,000 located in the Finger Lakes region of Central New York.
“SpectraMedix is delighted to be working with Auburn Community Hospital, and the Cayuga County community,” said Raj Lakhanpal, MD, FRCS, FACEP, Chief Executive Officer, SpectraMedix. “We look forward to implementing MIPS, providing our technologies and solutions to help them transition to value-based care.”
SpectraMedix partners with hospitals, health systems, provider organizations, health information exchanges and payers to improve care delivery and support their transition to value-based payment models. Our industry leading SpectraMedix 360™ Platform, powered by the eMeasures360™ quality management and eureQa360™ population health intelligence solutions, provides advanced data integration, quality measurement and population health analytics capabilities to implement initiatives including the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), Medicaid reform programs, Clinically Integrated Networks, ACOs, financial risk modeling, bundled payments and electronic clinical quality measures.
About Auburn Community Hospital
Auburn Community Hospital (ACH) is a not-for-profit, 99-bed acute care facility serving a population of approximately 80,000. ACH’s mission is to provide compassionate quality care to the community. Over 95% of the physicians on staff are board certified in at least one specialty. ACH is the sole provider of acute and general hospital services in Cayuga County and the surrounding areas, located in the Finger Lakes region of Central New York. It is the goal of Auburn Community Hospital to provide healthcare excellence.