"I currently utilize eClinicalWorks and have been very disappointed with their support services. By contrast, my husband uses Amazing Charts and has been very happy with the program and support."

                                           — Dr. M., Colorado

 

MU & MIPS Success Services

Quality payment programs, such as Meaningful Use and MIPS, can be tough to navigate. There is always something new to learn and it can be hard to find the time to constantly educate yourself on the latest updates. Let Amazing Charts help.

Meaningful Use & MIPS Success Services provide one-on-one remote sessions with a member of our team. Session topics include understanding measures, data submission, and audit assistance.

Let us help you navigate these program, making it a breeze for you to complete a successful attestation. You can book a session online here, or by speaking with a sales rep at 866-382-5932 (option 1).

MIPS One-on-One Consulting and Training

MIPS One-on-One Consulting and Training

Price: $125.00

Learn the basics of the Quality Payment Programs, specifically the Medicare Incentive Payment System (MIPS). Your one-on-one consulting session with a MIPS Specialist includes:

  • Education and discussion of MIPS objectives & requirements
  • Strategize and plan which path your practice will take -- penalty, neutral, partial, or full participation 
  • Learn how to use the tools in Amazing Charts to fulfill the requirements of MIPS, including eRx, providing patient access, and sending a summary of care

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Meaningful Use Data Submission

Price: $95.00

Congratulations! If you are looking for help submitting your data for Meaningful Use, you must successful completely all the measures and tracked your progress in the Meaningful Use Wizard. Next step is to submit data, and Amazing Charts is here to help! Prior to this session, please note you must have your CMS credentials (name and password) to log in to the attestation system. Our Meaningful Use Specialist will then:

  • Help you find and enter the Amazing Charts Certification number
  • Walk through each screen with you, helping you properly submit your data
  • Show you what sections to print out or screen shot for your records in case of a MU audit

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Audit Assistance Session

Price: $150.00

Meaningful Use Audits can occur up to seven years after successfully attesting. It is reported that nearly 1 in 20 providers will face at audit at some point. If this happens to you, Amazing Charts is here to help. Book an audit session, where a Meaningful Use Specialist will:

  • Provide a MU Letter about your reporting period (if needed)
  • Help figure out the reporting period used
  • Look up what version your practice was on
  • Assist with recreating reports from prior versions
  • Help with making screenshots for audit proof

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Frequently Asked Question

Q: Why do I have to pay for MU support? Isn’t it already included in my Guardian Angel Support and Maintenance?

A: We include support for the meaningful use components of our software as part of your annual maintenance package, including support for the Meaningful User Wizard. We make sure the software works as designed, that a user can enter and capture the required clinical measures and that it’s calculating correctly.

What’s not included is the special MU Attestation support we give to a minority of customers; these would include doing your attestation with you, logging onto the CMS website and making sure the attestation is complete. These are actions that are your responsibility as the Eligible Provider and not the responsibility of Amazing Charts.   

About half of all Amazing Charts users don’t even participate in the Meaningful Use program, and of the remainder, only a small percentage require personalized services that go beyond standard support. We charge an affordable fee (average $125) to these customers, which is usually less than they would pay an MU consultant or their State REC. Otherwise, all customers would have to pay more to cover the needs of a few, and that approach would be unfair.