Meaningful Use Reporting Requirements (Stage 1 and Stage 2 Only)
By the end of the lesson, participants should be able to:
Understand the Meaningful Use Stages and Reporting Requirements
Identify all of the fields to meet the MU Reporting Requirements
Running the QIC
Run QIC and determine baseline. Run in Provider Mode. Run in Practice Mode for an overall view of the practice progress. Decide on the reporting period.
Objective: Protect Electronic Health Information
Attest that you have conducted or reviewed a security risk analysis, implemented security updates as necessary and corrected identified security deficiencies as part of a risk management process.
Objective: Clinical Decision Support Including Interaction Checking
Report 5 Clinical Decision Support Rules (Interventions) Plus Drug-Drug, Drug-Allergy Interaction Checking
Entering Medications in the Patient Chart using CPOE (Computerized Physician Order Entry)
Objective: Electronic Prescribing with Formulary Query
Using e-Prescribing with Formulary Query. >50% of all medications written during the reporting period are transmitted electronically and queried for a drug formulary
Objective: Medication Reconciliations Inbound Transitions of Care
More than 50% of Transitions of Care - Med Reconciliation Performed/Not Performed. Denominator calculated by number of New Patient visit codes of this range: 99200 - 99209
Objective: Health Information Exchange (Outbound Transitions in Care)
Provide Summary of Care and Send Electronically for more than 10% of Transitions of Care. Sending electronically must use Direct Messaging.
Objective: Patient Specific Education
More than 10% of Unique Patients seen during the reporting period given Patient Education. Patient Education Given (checkbox checked in the visit).
Objective: Patient Electronic Access (VDT)
Provide Timely Online Access to Health Information and VDT (View, Download or Transmit)
>50% of all patients seen are provided online access to health information
Objective: Secure Messaging
Secure Messaging. Functionally is fully enabled. One message sent to Practice from the Portal (2016). Patient must have had a visit during the reporting period.
Clinical Quality Measurements (CQMs)
Clinical Quality Measures are not performance based and will be Attest To measures.
Implications of Changing QIC Reports
Implications of Changing QIC Reports Sue Kressly, MD, FAAP Medical Director, OP Periodically, it becomes necessary to make adjustments to the reports contained in the Quality Improvement Calculator (QIC). This occurs for various reasons: sometim...
Objective: Public Health Reporting
Tip: The information in this article is used for Meaningful Use Stage 2 (2018 and prior years). The information should not be used for Promoting Interoperability (formerly MU Stage 3, attestation years 2019 and after). If y...
Export Meaningful Use QIC Data to Microsoft Excel
Overview This article will instruct how to export Meaningful Use QIC (MU Calculator) data to a Microsoft Excel file. In addition, for measures that include a patient list of Met and Not Met, you will be instructed on how to produce a PDF document. ...