The Patient Generated Health Data Report is used to track qualify for MIPS or Medicaid reporting requirements. This report in particular is used to meet requirements for Medicaid Promoting Interoperability Objective 6, for Measure 3. For more information, click here.
This report functions like many other MacPractice Reports. The top half of the window is devoted to filters where you can narrow down specific sets of information. When those filters are configured to your liking, click the "Apply" button to generate results in the bottom half.
- Filter Providers: This filter allows you to narrow the generated data to include and exclude specific providers. When checked, any selected providers will be included in the results.
- Filter Offices: This filter allows you to narrow the generated data to include and exclude specific Office references.
- Filter Tax Identification Numbers: If you have multiple Tax ID numbers in your Office references, this filter allows you to narrow down by those Tax ID numbers.
- Filter National Provider Identifiers: This filter allows you to narrow results by your provider's National Provider Identifiers (NPIs)
- Start Date/End Date: These fields allow you to set the range for the information fetched by this report. Typically you will want this to default to the reporting year (in this case, 01/01/2019 to 12/31/2019)
- Program (MIPS or Medicaid Promoting Interoperability): This pop up selection will allow you to set whether this report is utilizing the MIPS or Medicaid standards for Promoting Interoperability. Use the one that applies to your situation.
The results are broken down per provider, as can be seen in the above screenshot. Results are broken down further by sorting qualifying results into a denominator and a numerator.
For patients to be listed under the denominator, they must have an Office Visit code on their ledger within within the reporting period/report's start and end date. You can see which codes qualify at the bottom of the results after you click the "Apply" button.
For patients to be listed under the numerator, they must have an Order added on their account with the Order Type "Patient Generated Health Data" assigned to an attesting provider within the reporting period/report's start and end date.
Let's review each column's meaning.
- Numerator: The number of patient that meet the numerator requirements described above.
- Denominator: The number of patients that meet the denominator requirements described above.
- Percentage: The percentage of patients meeting both the numerator and denominator requirements.
- Patient #: The Patient Account Number for the Patient in question.
- Patient Name: The name of the patient in question, formatted as last name/first name.
- Office/Provider: The Office ID and the Provider ID set in References for the Office and Provider in question.
- Counts in Numerator: Clarifies whether this particular patient belongs in the Numerator. If not, this field will be blank.
- Recorded Patient Generated Health Data: This field will either report a YES or a NO depending on whether an Order is present with the "Patient Generated Health Data" type set. This should typically match up with "Counts in Numerator" in most circumstances.