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Are You Ready for ASC Quality Reporting Changes in 2023?

We are writing to inform you about Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) Quality Reporting changes in 2023, which will impact ModMed®’s ASC or endoscopy center clients who use gGastro® or ModMed® ASC to document and/or generate their procedure documentation. 

Please review the below best practice workflow tips to ensure you are capturing data correctly as of January 1, 2023 and to simplify data reporting in 2024.

Background 
In previous years, your ASC used claims-based reporting for ASC measures 1, 2, 3, and 4. In 2023, data collection on these measures, beginning with date of service (DOS) January 1, 2023, will require these data points to be reported via web-based reporting (similar to how you are reporting ASC 9, 11, 13 and 14).     

The fields to collect the data are currently available in gGastro and ModMed ASC. 

Actions Recommended
As 2023 is fast approaching, please take a moment to confirm you are incorporating the template and/or data gathering in your ASC documentation workflow. 

You can confirm the use of these templates by following the steps below: 

Click the Thumbnails dropdown in the Patient’s Chart, and then select ASC Quality Form.
Within the ASC Quality Form, navigate to, and then click on the ASC Quality Codes Header.

If you are not yet using this template, please reference this Quick Reference Guide (QRG) in order to incorporate this thumbnail into your ASC workflow. 

 

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