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1 MU Objectives and Measures, by Stage Bold = Core; Non-bold = Menu Red = Change to Stage 1 Criteria Health Outcomes Policy Priority Stage 1 Final Stage 2 Final Eligible Providers Hospitals Eligible Providers Hospitals General Program Meet or qualify for Requirements, Advancements and Changes exclusion to 15 core objectives and 5 of 10 menu objectives. An EP could reduce by the number of exclusions applicable the number of menu set objectives they must meet. I.e.: an EP that has an exclusion for a menu objective only must meet 4 of the 9 non-excluded menu objectives. Meet or qualify for an exclusion to 14 core objectives and 5 of 10 menu objectives Delay Stage 2 till month EHR reporting period for providers attesting to stage 1 or 2 in 2014; future years 12 mo reporting period for those not in initial year Stage 3 to be implemented on time (2016) Core and menu set maintained; must meet or qualify for an exclusion to 17 core objectives and 3 of 6 menu items Delay Stage 2 till month EHR reporting period for providers attesting to stage 1 or 2 in 2014; future years 12 mo reporting period for those not in initial year Stage 3 to be implemented on time (2016) Core and menu set maintained; must meet or qualify for an exclusion to 16 core objectives and 3 of 6 menu items Analysis The delay in Stage 2 implementation is acceptable, given the overall strength of the rule s advancements. CPeH must be vigilant in its advocacy to ensure that Stage 3 is not delayed and that future reporting periods are 12 months, rather than the 3 month reporting period for early attesters. Patients and consumers will benefit from the closing of a major loophole that allowed providers to reduce the number of criteria they had to meet in Stage 1 by qualifying for exclusions. Qualifying for an exclusion no longer reduces the number of menu objectives a provider must meet Qualifying for an exclusion no longer reduces the number of menu objectives a provider must meet 1

2 Improve quality, safety, efficiency, and reduce health disparities Use CPOE for 30% of unique patients med orders Implement one clinical decision rule relevant to specialty or high clinical priority Use CPOE for 30% of unique patients med orders Implement one clinical decision rule relevant to specialty or high clinical priority Use CPOE for medication, labs, and radiology orders Implement 5 CDS interventions related to 4 or more CQMs Use CPOE for medication, labs, and radiology orders Availability of electronic lab data will greatly benefit patients and their caregivers, especially those managing chronic illnesses. Implement 5 CDS Drug/drug and drug/allergy checks have interventions related to significant safety benefits for patients, making 4 or more CQMs the requirement of this criterion for the entire reporting period a significant improvement over Stage 1. Implement drugdrug and drugallergy checks Implement drugformulary checks Generate and transmit 40% of permissible prescriptions electronically (erx) Record demographics (RELG and DOB) for 50% of unique patients Implement drugdrug and drugallergy checks Implement drugformulary checks Record demographics (RELG, DOB, and date/preliminary cause of death in the event of mortality) for 50% of unique patients : Record vital signs for 50% of patients age 2 and over: height, weight, BP, BMI, growth charts. 2014: Record BP : Record vital signs for 50% of patients age 2 and over: height, weight, BP, BMI, growth charts. 2014: Record BP Enable and implement functionality for drug/drug and drug/allergy interaction checks for the entire EHR reporting period More than 50% of all permissible prescriptions are generated and transmitted electronically and queried for a drug formulary More than 80% of unique patients have the following demographics recorded: - Preferred language - Sex - Race - Ethnicity - Date of birth - Date and prelim cause of death (EH only) Record and chart changes in vital signs for more than 80% of unique patients - Height/length - Weight - BP Enable and implement functionality for drug/drug and drug/allergy interaction checks for the entire EHR reporting period N/A More than 80% of unique patients have the following demographics recorded: - Preferred language - Sex - Race - Ethnicity - Date of birth - Date and prelim cause of death (EH only) Record and chart changes in vital signs for more than 80% of unique patients - Height/length - Weight - BP CMS clarified that query for drug formulary must be relevant to the individual patient, which addresses a concern verbalized by CPeH. Increase in threshold for recording of demographic information is a positive advancement over Stage 1, but the lack of any other advancement that directly addresses disparities is incredibly distressing. There are many missed opportunities to increase health equity in this final rule. CPeH will need to refine and augment its advocacy relative to: - Using more granular standards for collecting demographic information (ie: HHS/OMH standards for race/ethnicity, rather than OMB standards) - Collection of additional demographic information (disability status and SOGI) - USE of demographic information to identify and reduce disparities, such as through stratification of lists of patients generated by condition, stratification of quality metrics, etc. For disability status, CMS encourages providers to examine the questions formulated by HHS as required by the ACA and to consider incorporating answers in the SOC document, either as functional status or other data elements. CPeH should consider how these questions can best be used. CMS is awaiting further development of consensus for the goal and standard of measurement for SOGI data, as well as 2

3 for 50% of patients age 3 and over, and height/weight for 50% of all patients. Record smoking status for 50% of patients 13 yo and older Incorporate 40% of lab-test results ordered into EHR as structured data Generate at least 1 report listing patients with specific condition [Note: states may elect to make this a core criteria] 20% of patients aged 65 and older or 5 years and younger were sent a reminder, per patient preference 80% of patients entry in a problem list or an indication that no problems are known 80% of all patients entry into a med for 50% of patients age 3 and over, and height/weight for 50% of all patients. Record smoking status for 50% of patients 13 yo and older Incorporate 40% of lab-test results ordered into EHR as structured data Generate at least 1 report listing patients with specific condition [Note: states may elect to make this a core criteria] N/A 50% of patients 65 years and older have an indication of an advance directive recorded 80% of patients entry in a problem list or an indication that no problems are known - BMI - Growth charts Record smoking status for more than 80% of all unique patients 13 yo and older More than 55% of all clinical lab test results incorporated as structured data Generate at least 1 report by specific condition More than 10% of all unique patients having 2 or more visits w/in 24 mos prior to reporting period sent reminder, per pt preference Subsumed into Summary of Care Document 80% of all patients Subsumed into Summary of Care Document entry into a med list 3 - BMI - Growth charts Record smoking status for more than 80% of all unique patients 13 yo and older More than 55% of all clinical lab test results incorporated as structured data Generate at least 1 report by specific condition More than 50% of all unique patients 65 yo or older have advance directive status recorded as structured data Subsumed into Summary of Care Document Subsumed into Summary of Care Document whether collection of SOGI data is necessary for all kinds of providers, before including this as a criterion for MU. CPeH and its members have already begun work to identify a set of standards for data collection of both disability status and SOGI. It is imperative that the coalition continue this work and share it in time for consideration for inclusion in the Stage 3 MU NPRM. CPeH members should consider advocating modifications to Stage 2 final criteria as part of Stage 3 deliberations, so as to advance health equity in a more robust fashion in later years of the EHR Incentive Program. Elimination of the age restrictions in the reminder criterion is a great improvement over Stage 1, even if the threshold was reduced to 10%. The value of reminders to patients and their caregivers, especially as they gain access to their health information, warrants coalition consideration of how to increase this threshold and the strength of this measure in future stages of MU. The fact that the advance directive criterion was not strengthened in any way, and that it remains a menu objective, is particularly disappointing. This is critical information that must be made available to all care team members, and will be a vital component of longitudinal, shared care plans. CPeH should consider what additional research and thought work need to be done to ensure that advance directives are captured more effectively in Stage 3 and beyond. Engaging experts on the topic of aging, chronic care, end of life issues and advance directives may be a beneficial first step. The inclusion of family health history as a menu item is a significant and positive addition, and provides opportunity for continued advocacy for inclusion of patient generated data in the EHR.

4 list or an indication that the patient is not currently prescribed any medication or an indication that the patient is not currently prescribed any medication 80% of all patients entry into a med allergy list or an indication that the patient does not have any med allergies 80% of all patients entry into a med allergy list or an indication that the patient does not have any med allergies Subsumed into Summary of Care Document Subsumed into Summary of Care Document More than 10% of medication orders have all doses tracked using emar More than 10% of all imaging test results accessible through CEHRT More than 10% of all imaging test results accessible through CEHRT More than 20% of all unique patients have a structured data entry for family health history (1 or more 1 st degree relatives) More than 20% of all unique patients have a structured data entry for family health history (1 or more 1 st degree relatives) More than 30% of unique patients have at least 1 electronic progress note created, edited and signed; must be text searchable More than 10% of hospital d/c meds queried for drug/formulary and transmitted electronically More than 30% of unique patients have at least 1 electronic progress note created, edited and signed; must be text searchable Engage patients and families : 10% of : N/A. 50% of all patients are patients have 2014: 50% of all provided online access timely electronic patients are provided (within 4 business days) Results of at least 20% of electronic lab orders received sent to ordering provider 50% of all patients are provided online access to their health Patients and their caregivers will benefit tremendously from the strength of the View/Download/Transmit criterion, as well as 4

5 access to their health information within 4 business days. 2014: 50% of all patients are provided online access to their health information, subject to EP s discretion to withhold certain info online access to their health information, within 36 hrs of d/c to their health information, subject to EP s discretion to withhold certain info. 5% of all patients view, download, or transmit their health info to a 3 rd party information, within 36 its inclusion in both the EH and EP settings. hrs of d/c Given the critical nature of having timely access to information, in future stages of MU CPeH should consider advocating a decrease 5% of all patients view, in the timeframes for the availability of download, or transmit information. This is especially important for their health info to a 3 rd individuals with multiple chronic conditions, party who experience a greater number of hospitalizations and who see significantly more providers than those who do not have chronic conditions : 50% of patients receive electronic copy of their health information, upon request. 2014: Requirement eliminated. 50% of all office visits result in clinical summary being provided to patients within 3 days 10% of patients are provided patientspecific education resources, if appropriate : 50% of patients receive electronic copy of their health information, upon request. 2014: Requirement eliminated. 10% of patients are provided patientspecific education resources, if appropriate Clinical summaries provided to patients (or patient-authorized representatives) within 1 business day for 50% of office visits. Patient-specific education resources are provided to patients for more than 10% of all office visits. 5% of all unique patients (or their authorized representative) seen during reporting period send a secure message using electronic messaging 5 More than 10% of all unique patients are provided patientspecific education resources One of the most significant advancements in Stage 2 MU is CMS inclusion of a patientfocused measure. While a 10% threshold would have sent a stronger signal and would have been very achievable, given the results of an NPWF survey the 5% threshold is acceptable, given that it still holds providers accountable for their role in patient engagement. CPeH should consider exploring options for leveraging V/D/T, and early experience with how providers are encouraging patients to access their data, in the development of criteria for shared decision-making in Stage 3. Learning more about how patients who access their information are USING it would provide extremely helpful data to support new criteria that would provide value to consumers. Clinical summaries are key to patient adherence, since many recommendations, drug regimens, and self-care tasks must be acted upon w/i a day s time. 1 business day is acceptable, but in future stages of MU, CPeH should continue to advocate for real-time availability of information. CMS did not act on CPeH s recommendation to tie the requirement to collect preferred language to patient education resources, which is another missed opportunity to address disparities through MU 2. CPeH

6 should consider ways in which this criterion can be strengthened in future stages to address both patient/caregiver information needs and disparities. Secure messaging is one of the strongest additions to MU in Stage 2, because of its potential impact on improving communication between a patient, their caregivers and care team members, and subsequent improvements in care and reductions in cost. It is also a critical component of information exchange. While the proposed threshold of 10% would have sent a stronger signal, a threshold of 5% achieves the goal of ensuring provider engagement in supporting patients as active participants in their own care. Improve care coordination : Conduct one test of capability to exchange key clinical information. 2013: Requirement eliminated. A summary of care record is provided to receiving provider for 50% of all referrals/transfers : Conduct one test of capability to exchange key clinical information. 2013: Requirement eliminated A summary of care record is provided to receiving provider for 50% of all referrals/transfers Summary of care record, including care plan and care team members, provided for 50% of transitions of care and referrals Summary of care record provided electronically for more than 10% of transitions and referrals Summary of care One or more successful electronic exchanges of summary of care document with recipient who has technology designed by a different developer than sender OR one or more successful tests with the CMS designated test EHR Summary of care record, including care plan and care team members, provided for 50% of transitions of care and referrals record provided electronically for more than 10% of transitions and referrals One or more successful electronic exchanges of summary of care document with recipient who has technology designed by a different developer than sender OR one or more successful tests with For future stages of MU, CPeH should consider how patient preference might be incorporated in to secure messaging, since preferences could vary depending on the type of content contained in a message (such as reminder, results, questions, etc.) CMS removed the test of exchange from Stage 1, beginning in 2013, but did not replace it with any requirement for information exchange. This means that beginning in 2013, Stage 1 will not have any requirement for exchange of information. Strong advocacy will be required to continue advancing requirements for exchange of information. For Stage 2, CMS has finalized a critical advancement in care coordination and exchange of information by requiring the Summary of Care document to be exchanged electronically 10% of the time. For Stage 3, and in all future stages, the threshold for electronic exchange of SOC documents should increase significantly. If not in Stage 3, by Stage 4 paper SOCs should only be acceptable for providing the summary to patients and their caregivers, if that is their preferred method of communication. 6

7 Med rec is performed for 50% of transitions of care Med rec is performed for 50% of transitions of care Med rec is performed for 50% of transitions of care by receiving provider. the CMS designated test EHR Med rec is performed for 50% of transitions of care by receiving provider. Requiring one or more successful electronic exchanges of summary of care documents with a recipient who has technology designed by a different developer than the sender presents a critical opportunity to begin electronic exchange with non-mu providers (ie: SNFs and HHAs). CPeH should consider opportunities to encourage this exchange through the Medicare SSP and Pioneer ACO programs. The required content of the Summary of Care Document is very strong, and the inclusion of functional status will not only provide vital information for patient-centered care, but also provides a foundation for patient reported measures. CPeH can build on this requirement to achieve more robust recording of patient-focused outcomes in future stages of MU. While SOC document required content is very strong, CMS missed a critical opportunity to require documentation of a patient s caregiver. CPeH should consider how to encourage documentation of caregiver name and contact information in Stage 2 and ensure documentation of this information in future stages of MU. CPeH can provide much-needed leadership in discussions about continued advancement and operationalization of the concept of a longitudinal, shared care plan, and therefore advocacy should focus on the most important next-steps from a consumer/patient perspective. Improve population and public health Perform one test of Perform one test of capability to submit capability to submit electronic data to electronic data to immunization immunization registries and followup submission if up submission if registries and follow- successful successful Perform one test of capability to provide Successful, ongoing submission to an immunization registry or immunization information system for the entire reporting period 7 Successful, ongoing submission to an immunization registry or immunization information system for the entire reporting period Successful ongoing submission of Submission of data to public health agencies and specialized registries is one way that the final rule advances health information exchange. The submission of case information to specialized registries is an important step toward using EHRs more effectively to measure and improve quality on the population level. Registries will likely be an important data

8 Ensure adequate privacy and security protections for personal health information electronic submission of reportable lab results to PHAs and follow-up submission if successful Perform one test of Perform one test of capability to provide capability to provide electronic syndromic electronic syndromic surveillance data to surveillance data to public health PHAs and follow-up agencies (PHAs) submission if test is and follow-up successful submission if test is successful Conduct or review a security risk analysis and implement security updates as necessary and correct identified security deficiencies Conduct or review a security risk analysis and implement security updates as necessary and correct identified security deficiencies Successful ongoing submission of electronic syndromic surveillance data from CEHRT to a public health agency for the entire reporting period Successful ongoing submission of cancer case information from CEHRT to a public health agency for the entire reporting period Successful ongoing submission of specific case information from CEHRT to a specialized registry for the entire reporting period Conduct or review a security risk analysis, including addressing the encryption/security of stored data; implement security updates as necessary and correct security deficiencies identified in the security risk analysis electronic reportable lab results from CEHRT to public health agencies for the entire reporting period Successful ongoing submission of electronic syndromic surveillance data from CEHRT to a public health agency for the entire reporting period Conduct or review a security risk analysis, including addressing the encryption/security of stored data; implement security updates as necessary and correct security deficiencies identified in the security risk analysis source for the kinds of quality measures that are most meaningful and useful to consumers, Population health is an integral part of achieving the goals of the National Quality Strategy, and population health data is absolutely essential for supporting new payment models, making submission of data to public health agencies and specialized registries a much needed foundational step toward building a health IT infrastructure that supports reform. CPeH should identify opportunities for advancing the goal of more robust population management and quality measurement through this policy priority. Advancement in privacy and security is minimal in Stage 2, even though the emphasis on encryption is positive. CPeH must continue to provide thoughtful, robust input into how MU can both advance information sharing and protect individual patient information as future stages of MU are implemented. Clinical Quality Measure Submission : Report clinical quality measures to CMS. 2013: Objective incorporated directly into definition of a : Report clinical quality measures to CMS. 2013: Objective incorporated directly into definition of a For CY 2013: report 3 core or alternate core measures and 3 menu measures For CY 2014: report 9 CQMs in at least 3 For FY 2013: report all 15 CQMs finalized for Stage 1 For FY 2014: report 16 CQMs in at least 3 The adoption of the six domains and requirement that providers submit quality data for measures in at least half of the domains is a significant improvement in the approach to CQM submission in Stage 2. The measure sets remain marginal in their 8

9 meaningful EHR user and eliminated from functional criteria list Report 6 CQMs meaningful EHR user and eliminated from functional criteria list Report 15 CQMs domains, OR Submit and satisfactorily report PQRS measures (must comply with changes to PQRS program) Case number threshold instituted 5 cases per quarter or 20 cases per year, consistent with Medicare hospital public reporting program domains Case number threshold instituted 5 cases per quarter or 20 cases per year, consistent with Medicare hospital public reporting program usefulness, and serious gaps remain unfilled in areas of critical importance to new payment and delivery models. CPeH members should give thoughtful consideration to how MU might be used both to improve the collection and reporting of quality data AND to build a more effective, efficient quality enterprise. Alignment of MU with PQRS creates a significant need for CPeH to examine and advocate for necessary improvements in the PQRS reporting program. Patient population designated as sampling all payer Group reporting finalized as an option; EPs must still meet functional criteria individually; Medicare SSP and Pioneer ACO programs satisfy if using CEHRT to submit CQMs; if meeting requirement through PQRS, only need to meet reporting requirement as individual in the first year of MU Patient population designated as sampling all payer 9

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