On January 1, 2017, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015
(MACRA) reformed the Medicare physician payment system through creation of the
Quality Payment Program, rewarding Medicare providers for the quality and value of
care patients receive, rather than for the volume of services provided.


Most providers will be subject to MIPS — the Merit-Based Incentive
Payment System, which consists of revised performance categories:

eClinicalWorks can help you navigate every aspect of the new requirements. Our experts have the
experience and knowledge you need to choose the right mix of quality measures for your practice.


APMs, or Alternative payment models, offer additional incentives to practices that
adopt risk, provide high-quality, cost-efficient, care and meet certain conditions.

Medical Home


Bundled Payments

Advanced APMs are for practices who are willing to take additional risk based on their patient outcomes. Qualifying Participants (QP) participating in Advanced Alternative Payment Models (AAPM) can earn annual positive adjustments of 5%.

How eClinicalWorks Can Help

eClinicalWorks helps customers meet complex MACRA/MIPS requirements with free videos, webinars, and documentation. Our consultants work with individual and group practices to navigate the complex regulatory environment in the transition to value-based care, including:

  • Measuring setup and workflow optimization
  • Quantifying the frequency of quality measure compliance for patient populations
  • Navigating performance categories, such as Quality, Promoting Interoperability, and Improvement Activities
  • Submitting MIPS data to CMS electronically
  • Selecting measures to maximize practice’s Composite Performance Score
  • Training in use of dashboards and Clinical Quality Worksheets
  • Assisting with reporting for those in the APM Performance Pathway (APP)

“I had the pleasure of working with my eClinicalWorks MIPS consultant. Without her expertise, I could not have achieved the remarkable scores and incentives I did. She was readily available to answer any questions. I would not want to even attempt to deal with MIPS without help from my trusted eClinicalWorks resource!”
Terry Goldblatt, Center For Dermatology