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117 th Annual Meeting: Press Briefing. Improve Performance and Outcomes in Ophthalmology . Speakers. William L. Rich III, M.D. Chair of the Registry Measure Development Work Group, Academy Medical Director of Health Policy Financial Disclosures: None David May, M.D.

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117th Annual Meeting: Press Briefing

Improve Performance and Outcomes in Ophthalmology


Speakers

  • William L. Rich III, M.D.

    • Chair of the Registry Measure Development Work Group,Academy Medical Director of Health Policy

    • Financial Disclosures: None

  • David May, M.D.

    • Managing partner, Cardiovascular Specialists, PA; President of the Texas Chapter of the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and member of the ACC PINNACLE registry steering committee

    • Financial Disclosures: None

  • Michael F. Chiang, M.D.

    • Knowles Professor of Ophthalmology and Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at Oregon Health and Science University, Chair of Academy’s Medical Information Technology Committee

    • Financial Disclosures: None

  • Tim Parr

    • Vice president of technology, FIGMD, Inc.


Briefing Agenda

  • Why build the IRIS Registry/Benefits to ophthalmologists and patients

    • William L. Rich III, M.D.

  • How registries have helped the American College of Cardiology/cardiology patients

    • David May, M.D.

  • The regulatory benefits of using the IRIS Registry

    • William L. Rich III, M.D.

  • IRIS Registry - current development and physician participation & future developments

    • Michael F. Chiang, M.D.

  • IRIS Demo

    • Tim Parr, FIGMD

    • William L. Rich III, M.D.

  • Questions

  • Concluding Remarks


Why Build the IRIS Registry

Patient data analysis and benchmarking can help improve quality and outcomes.


How registries have helped the American College of Cardiology


IRIS Registry: Regulatory Benefits

Satisfy multiple regulatory requirements by providing data to one entity: the IRIS™ Registry.


IRIS Registry: Regulatory Benefits

Financial Benefits: Earn Incentives and Avoid Penalties


IRIS Registry: Regulatory Benefits

Penalty Impact Per Physician

Assuming $300k of Medicare Revenue Per Year

  • 2013: $1,500

  • 2014: $1,500

  • 2015: -$10,500

  • 2016: -$15,000

  • 2017: -$18,000

  • 2018: -$18,000 to -$21,000

Impact on a 4-Physican Practice

  • 2013: $6,000

  • 2014: $6,000

  • 2015: -$42,000

  • 2016: -$60,000

  • 2017: -$72,000

  • 2018: -$72,000 to -$84,000


IRIS Registry – Current Developments Who’s currently piloting it


Contracted Practices in 35 states – Even before full roll out in April!


IRIS Registry EHR Integration –Already mapped

  • EyeDoc EMR

  • EyeMD EMR

  • GE Centricity EMR

  • IO Practiceware

  • ifa

  • iMedicWare

  • MaximEyes EHR

  • MDIntelleSys

  • Medflow

  • NextGen

  • WebChart EH

  • But, IRIS Registry can work with ANY EHR


IRIS Registry Future Developments


Future Developments

  • IRIS Registry will support ABO’s Maintenance of Certification Part IV Practice Improvement Modules by automating the collection of data directly from EHRs

  • Subspecialty outcomes measures – cataract, glaucoma, retina, pediatrics, etc.

  • Clinical research

  • Post-market surveillance studies

  • Early detection of safety signals

  • Determining changes in practice patterns

  • Support CME activities


IRIS Registry - Demo


Questions


Take a closer look at the IRIS™ Registry

Sunday

  • The Power and Benefits of the IRIS Registry (Sym57) – Presentations and a Q&A session. La Nouvelle Orleans C, 12:45 to 1:45 p.m.

  • IRIS Registry Launch Party – Academy Resource Center, Hall G, Booth 3239, 3 to 5 p.m.

    Monday

  • An Ophthalmic Clinical Registry: A Pathway to Improved Quality and Outcomes – New Orleans Theater C, 9:02 to 9:12 a.m. This discussion is part of Sym17, 8:30 to 10 a.m.

  • Introducing the Academy’s IRIS Registry: How to Meet Regulatory Requirements for Quality Measures (Tech13) – Technology Pavilion, Hall I1, Booth 4145, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.


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