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Getting on Track with MACRA

Designed to replace the Sustainable Growth Rate, CMS's Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, or MACRA, brings significant changes to physician reimbursement. MACRA offers two pathways to payment, the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) quality program and the Advanced Payment Model (APM) and both come with degrees of risk and reward. How will MACRA affect your practice? Which payment track should you choose? And what's the impact on your bottom line? Our experts will provide the education you need to make the choice that's best for you.

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Robert Klugman, MD, FACP, FACMQ
Associate Professor of Medicine and Quantitative Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine,Tufts University Medical School, Vice President, Medical Affairs, Kindred Healthcare
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"This can always be done by front office staff checking in the patient if time is of the essence. Take advantage of the screening tools integrated in your EMR"
Karen Samuels, NP
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"Reporting on smoking habits on claims can avoid the 4% penalty. as reported by the American Podiatric Medical Association. Report these codes on a claim with an E/M service with a $1- charge on at least 10 patients:

Patients who were screened for tobacco use at least once within 24 months AND who received tobacco cessation counseling intervention if identified as a tobacco user

Definitions:

Tobacco Use – Includes use of any type of tobacco.

Cessation Counseling Intervention – Includes brief counseling (3 minutes or less), and/or pharmacotherapy.

NUMERATOR NOTE: In the event that a patient is screened for tobacco use and identified as a user but did not receive tobacco cessation counseling report 4004F with 8P.

Numerator Quality-Data Coding Options for Reporting Satisfactorily:

Patient Screened for Tobacco Use, Identified as a User and Received Intervention

Performance Met: CPT II 4004F: Patient screened for tobacco use AND received tobacco cessation intervention (counseling, pharmacotherapy, or both), if identified as a tobacco user

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Patient Screened for Tobacco Use and Identified as a Non-User of Tobacco

Performance Met: CPT II 1036F: Current tobacco non-user

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