OneView Physician Quality Release Notes

What's New in OneView Physician Quality 4.1.6

Release Date: Monday, August 29, 2016

Acmeware is pleased to announce that our OneView Physician Quality package version 4.1.6 is available for general release. Version 4.1.6 adds new functionality and support for the latest 2015 eCQM specifications from CMS, updated value sets from the NLM Value Set Authority Center, and updated clinical best practices guidance from MEDITECH.  

Here's a summary of what's new in this update:

Quality Reporting programs:  OneView Physician Quality (PQ) supports Objective Measure reporting and eCQM eReporting for Meaningful Use and the CMS Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS). OneView PQ fully supports PQRS reporting for Eligible Professionals providing services in an ambulatory, client, hospital or acute care (Medicare Part B) settings, available with a license upgrade for existing Meaningful Use clients. Also provided is enhanced support for integration with multiple EHR vendors using common standards like QRDA importing and customs imports like CPT extracts. New workflow associated with the 2015 value sets will need to be reviewed and incorporated to ensure that these items are accurately configured for this new release. If you haven't already done so, please contact your Consultant Analyst for more information.

Electronic submission:  OneView now supports eReporting of the Clinical Quality Measures for Meaningful Use, PQRS and CPC using the June 2015 NLM Value Set Authority Center specifications. OneView will support Merit-Based Payment Incentive System (MIPS) and Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC) Plus for 2017 eReporting.

New reports:  We've added new reports to help validate and analyze your nomenclature mapping and value set usage, and identify gaps and deficiencies in your IMO and MEDITECH mappings. You'll be able to quickly identify your MEDITECH dictionaries’ CQM coverage on any relevant measure, value set, and code.

New Features/Enhancements:

  • Objective Measures:
    • Updated Secure Message (OBJ-9) from Y/N to Threshold measure in 2016 based on regulatory updates.
  • Clinical Quality Measures:
    • Updated various table columns to align the data types of related columns to increase performance and consistency.
    • New temporal relationships were introduced and others were adjusted per QDM specifications
    • Redesigned measure logic calculation process to improve performance, reduce storage, and decrease development time for fixes and future specification changes.


  • Objective Measures:
    • Per MEDITECH's BP, the RXM Order location must exist in the DPbrLocationHospMnemonics table (MAGIC only)
  • Clinical Quality Measures:
    • Dictionary Rxm Rad Order Types does not appear in the OneView dictionary