Promoting interoperability performance category
- Must report on all required measures across the 4 objectives in order to receive category credit
- Performance is measured over at least 90 consecutive days.
- The Verify Opioid Treatment Agreement Measure is removed
- Query of PDMP measure is included as optional with a yes/no response
- If a clinician fails to report on a required measure or claim an exclusion (if applicable), the clinician will not receive a score for the PI performance category.
- Must use 2015 CEHRT in order to receive category credit. Check CEHRT edition
PI Category Rules Continued from 2021 to 2022 PI Reporting
- "Base," "performance," and "bonus" measures replaced with one set of objectives and measures based on 2015 CEHRT
- All clinicians required to report the same measure set consisting of 6 measures from 4 objectives to receive a PI score unless an exclusion is claimed (if applicable)
- Performance based on the numerator/denominator of each measure, except for the measures associated with the Public Health and Clinical Data Exchange & Protect Patient Health Information objectives, which require “yes or no” submissions
- Points now reweighted to other measures when exclusions are applicable
- Two new optional bonus measures: Opioid Treatment Agreement & Query of PDMP
- Removed 2015 Edition CEHRT bonus; eligible clinicians required to use a 2015 Edition CEHRT
- New hardship exception for clinicians in small practices (15 or fewer clinicians)
- Exclusions added for the ePrescribing and Health Information Exchange measures
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Promoting Interoperability Submission Options & Scoring
PI Final Score
Performance is calculated using the numerator/denominator of each measure, except for the measures associated with the Public Health and Clinical Data Exchange objective and the PDMP measure, which all require “yes or no” submissions.
The performance rate corresponds to a point value, and the points for each measure are added together to calculate a Promoting Interoperability performance category score of up to 105 possible points.
5 bonus points
Health Information Exchange
Provider to Patient Exchange
Public Health and Clinical Data Exchange
Protect Patient Health Information
* Exclusions available
*Security Risk Analysis remains part of the requirements for the Promoting Interoperability performance category, but will no longer be scored as a measure.
An organization may choose to submit measure data to CMS as an individual or as a group through any the options below.
CMS Web Interface
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