Data and Program Reports

Beginning in 2019, all eligible professionals (EPs), eligible hospitals, dual-eligible hospitals, and critical access hospitals (CAHs) are required to use 2015 edition certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) to meet the requirements of the Promoting Interoperability Program. Note that the requirements for eligible hospitals, dual-eligible hospitals, and CAHs that submit an attestation to CMS under the Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program were updated in the 2019 IPPS final rule.  

In 2019, all Medicaid eligible hospitals and EPs must adhere to the requirements of their state’s Medicaid Promoting Interoperability Program and attest directly to their state. Visit the 2019 Promoting Interoperability Medicaid page for more information.

Here's where you'll find Medicare and Medicaid Promoting Interoperability Programs payment and registration data in report form.

As of October 2018, more than 546,644 health care providers received payment for participating in the Medicare and Medicaid Promoting Interoperability Programs. In May 2013, CMS announced that more than half of all eligible health care providers had been paid under the Medicare and Medicaid Promoting Interoperability Programs.

The (PDF) latest monthly Payment and Registration Summary Report (PDF)

Excel (ZIP) Version (ZIP)

Overview Payment Reports

Health Information Technology Policy Committee:

The Health IT Policy Committee (HITPC) is comprised of appointed members who make recommendations to the National Coordinator for Health IT on a policy framework for the development and adoption of a nationwide health information infrastructure, including standards for the exchange of patient medical information.

For information on past and future meetings, including meeting materials and audio, click here.

HIT Policy Committee Presentation (March 10, 2016) (PDF)

PAYMENT DATA

State Breakdown of Payments to Medicare and Medicaid Providers through October 31, 2018

  • More than $24.8 billion in Medicare (PI) Program payments have been made between May 2011 and October 2018.
  • More than $6 billion in Medicaid PI Program payments have been made between January 2011 (when the first set of states launched their programs) and October 2018.

Individual State Reporting

Registration Data

State Breakdown of Registration by Medicaid and Medicare Providers through October 2018

  • More than 642,600 eligible professionals (EPs), eligible hospitals, and critical access hospitals (CAHs) are actively registered in the Medicare and Medicaid (PI) Programs as of October 2018.

Individual State Reporting

State Breakdown of Registration by Medicare Providers through October 2018

  • More than 226,000 hospitals have registered for the Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program as of October 2018.

State Breakdown of Registration by Medicaid hospitals through October 2018

  • More than 156 hospitals have registered for the Medicaid Promoting Interoperability Program as of September 2018.

Update on State Launches of Medicaid Promoting Interoperability Program

  • All 50 states have launched their Medicaid PI Programs.
  • The Medicaid State Information web page lists the websites for each state Medicaid program.

Promoting Interoperability Data: Public Use Files

The most recent Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program EPs Public Use File (PUF), and the most recent Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program Eligible Hospitals Public Use File (PUF) can be found here.

Recipients of Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program Payments

In compliance with the HITECH Act's requirement, CMS has posted the names, business phone numbers, and business addresses of Medicare (EPs), eligible hospitals, and (CAHs) that have successfully demonstrated meaningful use, and received a payment. Medicare EPs, eligible hospitals, and CAH's were able to verify and edit their business phone numbers and addresses during the registration process. CMS has not posted information on group practices, as incentive payments are not provided at the group practice level.

CSV Files

Not all providers are eligible for the Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program. Only those professionals, hospitals, and CAHs that are eligible based on the regulation's eligibility requirements, attested to meaningfully using an EHR, and have received a Medicare incentive payment will be displayed online. Finally, the Act does not require CMS to post the names of EPs, eligible hospitals and CAHs that have received Medicaid EHR incentive payments

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05/14/2019 11:51 AM