Policy and Clinician Payment: Do You Know These Changes Affecting Your Pocketbook?

Gordon H. Sun, MD, MS


August 10, 2018

Calculating a MIPS Score

Starting in 2018, cost is weighted at 10% and based on two metrics: total per capita costs and Medicare Spending per Beneficiary.[12] Claims data will be used to calculate this component of the MIPS score, so the participating provider will have no reporting obligations this year. Quality measures are worth 50%, advancing care information 25%, and improvement activities 15% of the MIPS score.[13,14]

What Quality Measures Can Be Reported?


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