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  • MIPS 2023—What’s New With Cost

    This content is excerpted from “MIPS 2023, Part 2” (EyeNet, February 2023). EyeNet’s MIPS content, including its MIPS 2023 supplement, is being published online ahead of print as it becomes available.

    The cost performance category is largely unchanged.

    New: you might get a cost improve­ment score. If you are scored for the same cost measure(s) for two successive years, you may get a cost improvement score that will boost your cost score. (Because of the COVID-19 public health emergency, CMS didn’t assign any cost scores in 2021. Consequently, nobody will get a cost improvement score for 2022, which is when this rule change first went into effect.)

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