Medicare Physician Compare by Organization and Group Practice 2013

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This dataset includes information regarding group practice participation in 2013 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) quality program as well as the 2013 Physician Quality Report System (PQRS) Group Practice Reporting Option (GPRO) performance rates for the three Diabetes Mellitus (DM) measures and one Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) measure now publicly reported on Physician Compare. Data are publicly available for the 139 group practices of 25 or more eligible professionals (EPs) that successfully reported data under the 2013 PQRS GPRO via the Web Interface.

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The Physician Compare 2013 Public Reporting downloadable file provides the 2013 Physician Quality Report System (PQRS) Group Practice Reporting Option (GPRO) performance rates for the three Diabetes Mellitus (DM) measures and one Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) measure now publicly reported on Physician Compare. Data are publicly available for the 139 group practices of 25 or more eligible professionals (EPs) that successfully reported data under the 2013 PQRS GPRO via the Web Interface.

Date Created

2015-07-23

Last Modified

2015-07-23

Version

2015-07-23

Update Frequency

Never

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Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs => Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

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Keywords

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NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
Organization_Legal_Name_or_Doing_Business_As_NameName of the Group Practice, as it appears on Physician Compare.stringrequired : 1
Group_Practice_PAC_IDUnique Group Practice ID assigned by PECOS to the Group Practice.string-
State_AbbreviationState with all or a majority of the group practice's locations.stringrequired : 1
Is_Participating_in_eRxGroup practice participates in the Medicare Electronic Prescribing (eRx) Incentive Program - a pay-for-reporting program that encourages physicians and other healthcare professionals to use electronic prescribing to improve communication, increase accuracy, and reduce errors.boolean-
Is_Participating_in_PQRSGroup practice participates in the Medicare Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) Group Practice Reporting Option (GPRO) Incentive Program - a pay-for-reporting program that that encourages eligible group practices to report information about the quality of care they provide to people with Medicare who have certain medical conditions.boolean-
Controlling_Blood_Sugar_Levels_in_Diabetic_PatientsIf patients with diabetes have blood sugar levels that stay too high, it can lead to heart disease, stroke, and kidney disease. Doctors should use the A1c lab test to check patients’ blood sugar levels and should work with patients with high levels to bring their blood sugar under control.integer-
Footnote_for_Measure_DM_151- Data are suppressed due to small sample size. 2- No cases met the criteria for this measure. 3- Data were not satisfactorily reported.integer-
Controlling_Blood_Pressure_in_Diabetic_PatientsFor people with diabetes, keeping blood pressure at a healthy level helps prevent complications including heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, and vision loss. If needed, doctors should work with patients to bring their blood pressure down to a healthier level.integer-
Footnote_for_Measure_DM_131- Data are suppressed due to small sample size. 2- No cases met the criteria for this measure. 3- Data were not satisfactorily reported.integer-
Prescribing_Aspirin_to_Patients_with_Diabetes_and_Heart_DiseasePeople who have both diabetes and heart disease have a higher risk of developing other heart problems. Doctors should work with patients who have been diagnosed with both diabetes and heart disease to determine if they should take aspirin on a daily basis to reduce the risk of other heart problems. (Aspirin may not be safe for everyone — it's best to ask your healthcare professional if you should take aspirin.)integer-
Footnote_for_Measure_DM_161- Data are suppressed due to small sample size. 2- No cases met the criteria for this measure. 3- Data were not satisfactorily reported.integer-
Prescribing_Medicine_to_Improve_the_Pumping_Action_of_the_HeartIf patients with heart disease also have diabetes or if the main pumping chamber of their heart (the left ventricle) is not pumping well, treatment recommendations say that doctors should prescribe an ACE inhibitor or ARB drug. (“ACE” means “Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme” and “ARB” means “Angiotensin Receptor Blocker").integer-
Footnote_for_Measure_CAD_71- Data are suppressed due to small sample size. 2- No cases met the criteria for this measure. 3- Data were not satisfactorily reported.integer-
Organization_Legal_Name_or_Doing_Business_As_NameGroup_Practice_PAC_IDState_AbbreviationIs_Participating_in_eRxIs_Participating_in_PQRSControlling_Blood_Sugar_Levels_in_Diabetic_PatientsFootnote_for_Measure_DM_15Controlling_Blood_Pressure_in_Diabetic_PatientsFootnote_for_Measure_DM_13Prescribing_Aspirin_to_Patients_with_Diabetes_and_Heart_DiseaseFootnote_for_Measure_DM_16Prescribing_Medicine_to_Improve_the_Pumping_Action_of_the_HeartFootnote_for_Measure_CAD_7
UUHC1254244676UTtrue
NMPG2860399698ILtrue
TRI PA4880675347KStrue
HRP LABS6608959804PRtrue
WKQ, INC7214195395MItrue
OHIO ENT7719881960OHtrue
IMMEDICENTER446230718NJtrue
ESSE HEALTH1658365572ILtrue
PRIMED LLC6608764394CTtrue
S.B.J.S. PC8527043421ALtrue