CMS recently published the FY 2023 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Proposed Rule which includes several proposed changes to the Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) Program and Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program for eligible hospitals and critical access hospitals (CAHs). For the full text of the rule, see the Federal Register.
How do I know it's right?
One of the challenges in writing reports from MEDITECH Data Repository (or any system for that matter) is knowing for certain that you got it right. That not only means the data are accurate, but the person requesting the report is satisfied with the result too.
Electronic Case Reporting (eCR) enables automatic, real-time exchange of case information with Public Health Agencies (PHAs).
When data is recorded in the EHR, it is checked against a trigger table to determine whether there is a reportable condition — and if so, an electronic Initial Case Report (eICR) is sent to the PHAs.
In our first Power BI blog, we introduced the Power BI platform and reviewed the desktop applications and cloud-based tools we can use to develop and share reports and dashboards. In this blog, we’ll look more specifically at the ins and outs of using Power BI with MEDITECH Data Repository.
MEDITECH’s Data Repository has come a long way since its inception over twenty years ago. In the early days of DR, usable front-end reporting tools were few and far between: Microsoft Access and Crystal Reports were common choices for many hospitals. Fast forward to 2021 however, and DR is an integral part of the MEDITECH EHR and report developers have a variety of tools to use: the ubiquitous SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) from Microsoft; MEDITECH’s BCA with MicroStrategy; and third-party software like Tableau and Qlik, among others.
CMS recently published the FY 2022 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Final Rule which includes several proposed changes to the Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) Program and Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program for eligible hospitals and critical access hospitals (CAHs). For the full text of the rule, see the Federal Register.