2023 MIPS Attestation Guide
Doctors who provide services to Medicare patients have two tracks to choose from to receive payments under the Quality Payment Program based on their practice size, specialty, location, or patient population: Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) or Advanced Alternative Payment Models.
MIPS is composed of four categories that provide clinicians the flexibility to choose the activities and measures that are most meaningful to their practice. It determines Medicare payment adjustments for each provider. Using a composite performance score, eligible clinicians (ECs) may receive a payment bonus, a payment penalty or no payment adjustment. It was designed to tie Medicare payments to quality care, drive improvement in care processes and health outcomes, increase the use of healthcare information, and reduce the cost of care.
The performance year goes from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 each year, MIPS-eligible providers must report data collected during the calendar year by March 31 of the following calendar year. Get the latest step-by-step guidance and directions on how to complete your required reporting for MIPS in 2023 from our MIPS Attestation guide.
Inside you’ll learn:
- How to log into the QPP website
- Why you should register for a HARP account
- How to complete the three “Attestation Statements”