Oberd plans to launch MIPS reporting platform for all practice sizes — 5 details

Practice Management

Columbia, Mo.-based Oberd has announced its new "OnBoarding" enrollment portal will launch later this month.

Here are five things to know:


1. The online enrollment portal will allow a wide variety of institutions to sign up for patient reported outcome measure data collection and MIPS reporting.


2. On Feb. 17, 2017, CMS announced that it would spend $100 million to train and educate small practices on MIPS reporting.


3. Oberd's patient data collection software is designed to capture data for 75 percent of 2017's composite performance score. After initial setup, Oberd frees up a practices' staff by managing quality and CPIA measures.


4. Oberd CEO and founder, Ali Hussam, PhD, said: "Oberd has traditionally been an enterprise solution for patient-reported outcomes data collection…We're excited to enable robust data collection, and MIPS reporting, for any practice or institution, no matter what size."


5. Oberd will announce its MIPS reporting strategy for all practice sizes at the March 2017 AAOS Annual Meeting in San Diego.


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