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Fully Automated MIPS Compliance

So You can Focus on Patients

Compliance is Complicated and Time Consuming, But It Doesn’t Have To Be


In the rapidly changing healthcare industry, MACRA is the new law, and it is the biggest change to Medicare in over a decade, streamlining programs like PQRS and Meaningful Use into one single, more complex program: MIPS. Under MIPS, providers must shift from volume to value based care. Health systems must evolve their approach based on this new standard, or the financial implications will be significant.

Our innovative, cloud-based software offers a complete, end-to-end solution that saves you time and money. It seamlessly integrates with any 2014 certified or higher EHR and selects and submits to CMS your best Quality measures and reports for Advancing Care Initiatives (ACI) and Improvement Activities (IA) to ensure you easily and effectively comply with all categories under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). And it does it all without any administrative, IT support or expensive consultants, so you can spend your time helping patients.



Our ONC Certified Software Automates All the Work to Ensure You Comply with MIPS


MIPS requires all providers to improve outcomes, lower costs, and use technology to earn their Medicare reimbursements. Health eFilings is a Certified EHR Technology, not a registry. Our comprehensive service solution ensures your best performance is submitted to CMS so you get maximum reimbursements: 


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Justin G. from Multi-Specialty Surgical Group says:

"We used to spend so much time trying to pull all the data for each provider, and then we still had to pay a registry to submit the data. That’s why we switched to Health eFilings. What a difference! Their service literally did everything for us! And their team was professional, extremely knowledgeable, and always helpful. It’s such a relief to no longer worry about how to comply with CMS reporting requirements."


CMS Has Accepted 100% of Health eFilings' Client Submissions