In business, we constantly strive to define metrics because we know that what is measured can be improved. And more specifically, what you choose to measure shows what you value. 

At Keet, we have a joint vision with Clinicient to improve 20 million lives by 2025. As a result, we have a daily feed displayed on a dashboard when you enter the office with the number of lives we’ve impacted to date.

However, figuring out what to measure can be difficult. When it comes to our dashboard, we had to strategically evaluate what constitutes “improving lives.” Did it mean the number of patients going through our system? Did it mean the number of patients who stay engaged in the app past a certain date? Did it mean… our conversation went on for quite some time.

When it comes to a clinic, the metrics that matter aren’t how many patients are coming through the door–it’s how effectively you’re able to treat patients, and how predictably you’re able to treat similar cases. 

What do your metrics say you’re valuing?

If you’re a provider considering what MIPS means for you… 

MIPS offers a standardized structure for measurements across specialties. While you may not be required to report this year, by 2022 every Medicare provider will be required to report in the Quality Payment Program (QPP). To stay ahead of the game, it’s best to know how successful you are now so that you can begin to improve strategically and compete on quality. Keet can help.