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A simple & automated way to achieve success with Clinical Quality Measures

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Clinical Quality Measures | Product Sheet

The AdvancedCQM reporting and management suite is now available and simplifies MIPS performance and progress tracking. You get robust tracking software and tools to help eligible clinicians (EPs) easily monitor performance across 54 Clinical Quality Measures.

Because Quality measures can seem complicated, we designed AdvancedCQM as an intuitive tracking and monitoring tool. AdvancedCQM gives you specific clinical information that is neatly organized into a simple dashboard. Information is captured automatically as you document visits in our EHR and iOS apps.

Key features

  • Multiple providers can be selected at a time​
  • Automatic notifications are sent once reports are available​
  • Patient lists & drill-downs​
  • QRDA I & QRDA III can be downloaded & sent to CMS

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