High Priority Status: Yes / Outcome
CBE Number: N/A
Percentage of patients aged 6 months and older with a diagnosis of otitis media with effusion (OME) who are seen 2 to 8 weeks after tympanostomy tube surgery and OME is resolved.
This measure is to be submitted a minimum of once per performance period for patients diagnosed with otitis media with effusion. This measure may be submitted by clinicians based on the services provided and the measure-specific denominator coding.
Patients aged 6 months and older with a diagnosis of OME who are seen 2 to 8 weeks after tympanostomy tube surgery.
To meet the denominator criteria, a patient must undergo tympanostomy tube placement due to OME and be seen in the office within 2-8 weeks of surgery.
Patients with resolution of OME.
To meet this measure, clinicians should document in the medical record resolution of OME.
Patient refusal for follow-up examination.
- Submission Pathway: Traditional MIPS
- Measure Type: Outcome
- High Priority Type: Outcome
- Meaningful Measures Area: Patient-Focused Episode of Care
- Care Setting(s): Ambulatory Care: Clinician Office/Clinic
- Includes Telehealth: Yes
- Number of Performance Rates: 1
- Inverse measure: No
- Continuous measure: No
- Proportional measure: Yes
- Ratio measure: No
- Risk Adjusted measure: No
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