Electronic Health Records
Quality Payment Program
Quality Payment Program Navigating Quality Payment Programs (QPP) can be a complex process but with ModuleMD receive guidance to make it simple. ModuleMD WISE™ EHR system enables providers to meet MACRA/MIPS, Meaningful Use, and CQM criteria required for CMS incentives through a straightforward interface. Since ModuleMD can be customized to the clinical record needs of any provider or specialty, providers are equipped with tools needed to document and achieve quality measures.
ModuleMD WISE™ makes it easy to achieve and monitor compliance allowing practices to meet CMS and payer requirements, maximizing reimbursement.
ModuleMD provides QPP support through pre-audits, progress reports and training to increase the success rate of attestation.
Our mission is to improve quality outcomes in patient care.
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This Health IT module is 2015-Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
ModuleMD WISE™ 9.1 holds Certificate No. 15.04.04.2980.Modu.09.01.1.171201, certified 12/1/2017, effective date 2015 Edition, for additional software of DrFirst Rcopia, EMR Direct phiMail, and Adobe Reader; certified for modules 170.315(a)(1-14), 170.315(b)(1-3,6,9), 170.315(c)(1-4), 170.315(d)(1-9), 170.315(e)(1-3), 170.315(f)(1-3), 170.315(g)(3-9), 170.315(h)(1); and for Clinical Quality Measures CMS50v5, CMS122v5, CMS124v5, CMS125v5, CMS130v5, CMS131v5, CMS137v5, CMS138v5, CMS139v5, CMS149v5, CMS156v5, CMS159v5, CMS165v5, and CMS166v6.
Costs and Limitations: This certified product requires a one-time license fee, one-time implementation service fees, and ongoing monthly subscription fees. ModuleMD WISE™ 9.1 customers will receive new versions as no-charge updates. Monthly and annual fees are listed in the contract and selected based on user preference. These include: 1. Electronic Prescribing: This certified product-version will require an on-going monthly subscription fee per provider for electronic prescribing capability which includes drug-drug/drug-allergy interactions, drug formulary checks, and clinical information reconciliation (170.315.a.4, 170.315.a.8, 170.315.a.10, 170.315.b.2); 2. Electronic faxing: This certified product-version will require a per-instance fee for electronic faxing (170.315.a.1-a.3); 3. Direct Messaging: This certified product-version will require an annual subscription fee for direct message capability to send/receive transition of care summaries (170.315.b.1); all with no known limitations.