What was once voluntary reporting will soon be made mandatory with penalties. 

On July 1, 2024, all health systems will be required to collect Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROM) as part of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) regulation for the following measures: 

  • Hospital-Level, Risk Standardized Patient-Reported Outcomes Performance Measure (PRO-PM) Following Elective Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA) and/or Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA)
  • Hospital-Level Risk-Standardized Complication Rate (RSCR) Following Elective Primary THA/TKA

Are you equipped to handle these new requirements? 

Mandatory data collection begins April 1, 2024, and failure to submit timely data on more than 50% of eligible patients will result in a 25% reduction in the applicable percentage increase on your annual payment update (APU) for FY 2028. 

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John Janas, MD

Medical Director, Health Catalyst

Dr. John Janas empowers Twistle by Health Catalyst clients with clinical content and best practices to manage acute and chronic conditions in the home using patient engagement and remote patient monitoring strategies. He applies his 35-plus years of clinical practice experience and 25 years of EMR implementation and content development expertise to help payers, physician groups and value-based care providers improve care management and reduce costs.

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Shannon Campbell, CPHQ

Sr. Manager, Regulatory Measures Program, Health Catalyst

Shannon brings to Health Catalyst more than 16 years of experience in regulatory quality measurement in various healthcare settings and specialties. A Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality, Shannon’s thorough review of regulations and her resourcefulness provide our customers with a deep and accurate understanding of quality programs, their requirements, and their measure specifications. Since joining in 2022, Shannon has focused on MeasureAble, Health Catalyst’s qualified registry product for the CMS Quality Payment Program (MIPS).

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