Enroll in
Maryland’s EQIP.

Increase Medicare reimbursement today. Earn more value-based payment incentives in the future.

What

Episode Quality Improvement Program (EQIP), Maryland’s voluntary value-based shared savings program

Who

Cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, gastroenterologists, general surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, and neurosurgeons treating Maryland Medicare beneficiaries

When

Open enrollment

July 9—September 1, 2021

First performance year

2022

Enroll today

Get an automatic 5% increase in CMS reimbursement starting in 2022. Improve your episode‑based cost and quality metrics with Ayva to earn more shared savings.

Enter your email below to begin the EQIP enrollment process.

Ayva gives you the blueprint and technology you need to demonstrate how you intend to produce savings in each intervention category.

  • Clinical care redesign and quality improvement
  • Beneficiary/caregiver engagement
  • Care coordination and care transitions

EQIP yourself for success.

Ayva is the only available tool built to enhance EQIP success metrics with personalized patient communications and perioperative optimizations.

Ayva helps:

  • Enhance service/setting selection to decrease costs
  • Optimize pre-op patient education and readiness
  • Minimize post-op readmissions, ED visits, and rehab costs
  • Reduce costs of potentially avoidable complications

So you can:

  • Limit no-shows and cancellations
  • Lower total cost of care
  • Improve your EQIP ranking
  • Increase EQIP shared savings

Resources

  • The Maryland State Medical Society

    As the statewide professional association for licensed physicians, the Maryland State Medical Society is dedicated to serving as Maryland’s foremost advocate and resource for physicians, their patients, and the public health.

  • Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC)

    The State of Maryland is leading a transformative effort to improve care and reduce the growth in healthcare spending. As the State’s hospital rate-setting authority, the HSCRC plays a vital role in the implementation of this innovative approach to health reform.

  • Chesapeake Regional Information System for Our Patients (CRISP)

    CRISP is the state-designed health information exchange (HIE) for Maryland. The non-profit organization facilitates the electronic transfer of clinical information between disparate health information systems.

Ready to enroll?

Call an EQIP Specialist or chat online. Call 1‑561-877-5280.