MyHealth Access Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering physicians and patients the most effective, cutting-edge technology available in health care information. Patient care is improved because providers and specialists have direct access to one another to collaborate on patient care. Providers are able to instantly access patient health information through a secure connection.
MyHealth and its stakeholders also recognize the need to coordinate care with many different agencies, catering not only to a person’s physical health but to all the social determinants of a more healthful life.
We believe the 5 rights of health information: Right patient, right provider, right information at the right time in the right setting. We believe in the individual right to privacy and security and we value a healthy community.
MyHealth was one of 17 ONC-funded Beacon Communities interested in building and strengthening local health IT infrastructure and testing innovative approaches to make measurable improvement in health, care and cost. Our organization focuses on health information exchange, community-wide care coordination, community-wide clinical decision support, patient engagement and shared decision making and quality improvement through interventions such as provider portal, electronic referrals, online consultation, advanced community health analytics, provider alerts and care gap analysis.
We provide the platform upon which Oklahoma leaders affect change through the use of innovative healthcare technology and dissemination of impactful information.
MyHealth is a 2017 CMS-Approved Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR)
The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) streamlined a collection of quality programs into a single system where Medicare physicians and other clinicians have a chance to be rewarded for better care.
The Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) four performance categories– Quality, Clinical Practice Improvement Activities (referred to as “Improvement Activities”), meaningful use of certified EHR technology (referred to as “Advancing Care Information”), and Resource Use (referred to as“Cost”).
Under MIPS, there are several data submission methods, one of which is a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR). A Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)-approved QCDR is an entity that collects clinical data from MIPS clinicians (both individual and groups) and submits it to CMS on their behalf for purposes of MIPS. (source: CMS)
MyHealth is proud to serve as CMS-approved QCDR offering clinical data collection. Click here to view the categories of data collection MyHealth offers.