Updated December 2022. No changes for 2023.
The measure is approved for traditional MIPS submission pathway only.
Care Setting: Ambulatory Care: Clinician Office/Clinic
- IRIS Registry QCDR manual data entry: groups and individuals
- IRIS Registry QCDR for EHR: groups and individuals
Measure Type: Outcome
NQS Domain: Effective Clinical Care
Meaningful Measure Area: Management of Chronic Conditions
Description: Percentage of surgical esotropia patients with a postoperative alignment of 12 prism diopters or less without a reoperation.
Risk Adjusted: No
Performance Rate: 1
High Priority Measure: Yes
Inverse Measure: No
To Which Patients Does the Measure Apply?
Denominator: All patients aged 18 years or less who underwent a surgical procedure for esotropia.
There are three criteria for inclusion of a patient into the denominator.
- Patient characteristics: Description located in “Denominator” (see above).
- Diagnosis codes (ICD-10-CM): Codes located in “Diagnosis Codes.”
- Procedure codes (CPT): Codes located in “CPT Codes.”
- Esotropia (ICD-10: H50.00, H50.011, H50.012, H50.021, H50.022, H50.031, H50.032, H50.041, H40.042, H50.05, H50.06, H50.07, H50.08)
- Intermittent esotropia (ICD-10: H50.30, H50.311, H50.312, H50.32)
- Partially accommodative esotropia (ICD-10: H50.43)
- Surgical intervention for esotropia (CPT: 67311, 67312)
How to Report the Measure
Numerator: Postoperative alignment of 12 PD or less recorded between 4 and 12 weeks after surgery.
Note: If there are multiple prism diopter measurements, the lowest measurement (likely to be the Simultaneous Prism and Cover Test) is to be used.
- Patients with a history of diplopia (ICD-10: H53.2), CN 6 palsy (ICD-10: H49.20, H49.21, H49.22, H49.23) or Duane syndrome (ICD-10: H50.811, H50.812)
- Must not have re-operation in the same reporting period
- Must have alignment within 12 PD for at least one testing condition
How CMS Scores Your Performance
See the QPP resource library for benchmarks.
This measure has been developed by the H. Dunbar Hoskins Jr. MD Center for Quality Eye Care of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. The measure is not a clinical guideline and does not establish a medical standard. It has not been tested in all possible applications.
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