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Quality Payment Program

Comagine Health helps small practices in Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington get the most out of the Merit-based Incentive Payment Plan (MIPS).

Our team of Quality Payment Program (QPP) experts provides no-cost technical assistance, training and resources so you can understand MIPS requirements, as well as create and implement a strategy for success.

 

COVID-19 Update

The 2019 MIPS Data Submission Deadline has been extended to April 30, 2020, 8:00 p.m. EDT.

Individual MIPS eligible clinicians who do not submit their MIPS data by the submission deadline will qualify for the 2019 automatic extreme and uncontrollable circumstances policy. MIPS eligible clinicians, groups, and virtual groups not able to complete their 2019 MIPS data submission can now apply for a 2019 extreme and uncontrollable circumstances exception due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See the CMS Quality Payment Program COVID-19 Response fact sheet for more information and subscribe to the CMS QPP listserv for program updates.

Visit Comagine Health's Telemedicine and Virtual Services Resources webpage for assistance during the COVID-19 emergency.


How We Help You

We assist practices of 15 or fewer clinicians with:

  • Selecting MIPS measures that align with your priorities
  • Connecting with your state health information exchange
  • Satisfying program requirements as they increase each year
  • Building your practice's capacity to achieve long-term success under alternative payment models
  • Using new revenue codes to improve reimbursements

Our services are backed by a robust library of resources and tools.


Get Started

Email us today to get MIPS assistance: QualityPaymentProgram@comagine.org


Learn More

Find out more about who we are and how we can help you.


Get QPP Resources

Visit our resource library for comprehensive MIPS tools and information.


Our Partners

Comagine Health partners in the Quality Payment Program’s Small, Underserved, and Rural Practices Support (QPP-SURS) work with Mountain-Pacific Quality Health and the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement.

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