Quality Data Services

Complete quality reporting, on demand

Our Quality Data Center (QDC) is a complete SaaS clinical quality measurement and reporting solution to meet the performance measurement needs of our customers, including PQRS reporting, meaningful use attestation, and Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and Accountable Care management. The QDC is an approved PQRS Data Submission Vendor (DSV) and Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QDCR). It is ONC-ATCB certified as an EHR module for meaningful use clinical quality measures. We support over 160 industry standard measure definitions and unlimited custom measure development. Our QDC team assists with extraction and aggregation of clinical data from EHRs, HIEs and other source systems using industry standard protocols.

In addition, the QDC supports meaningful use reporting via specialized registry, which enables eligible providers (EPs) to complete the new stage 2 public health related menu objective. Specialized registry reporting may provide many EPs with a menu option that is more aligned with their scope of practice. This objective may provide meaningful use credit to those EPs engaged in the beneficial use of Certified Electronic Health Record Technology (CEHRT) to report specific cases to specialized registries.

Quality Data Center Overview


“We implemented electronic health records in 2012 with the  assistance of the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative.  Their assistance, advice and expertise were invaluable to our process from the implementation to helping us achieve meaningful use .  Her guidance provided us with the tools we needed to be successful  and I highly recommend this agency and their staff.”

Laura Churchill, NP
Lead Provider
Greene Country Family Planning, Catskill, NY

” We have received exceptional help with every step of applying for Meaningful Use for the one of our clinicians who is eligible. I do not hesitate to contact the MAeHC Regional Extension Center team  to ask even the most mundane of questions, and they have been extremely responsive, knowledgeable, and ever-willing to help in any way possible.”

Peggy Rosen

Director of Quality
Mid-State Health Center, Plymouth NH

“MAeHC provided the expertise we needed to guide us in our achievement of Patient Centered Medical Home Level 3 Recognition.”

Jason Worcester, MD
Associate Medical Director,

Adult Primary Care
Boston Medical Center

MAeHC understands our unique needs as an organization.  They think strategically and have an integral understanding and application of workflow re-design elements which is key to a successful implementation of an EHR.”

Nael Hafez
Chief Information Officer

Pediatric Physician’ Organization at Children’s

“Not only does MAeHC understand the overarching principles, they also immerse themselves into individual practices, supplying support for physicians and their staffs as we move into new arenas of value based health care delivery, quality reporting, and data measurement. Their guidance has saved us time and money as we evolve into the cutting edge community.”

Robert M. Fishman, DO, F.A.C.P
Valley Health Partners PHO at Holyoke Medical Center


MAeHC has the vision, the EHR implementations expertise, as well as a solid understanding of meaningful use and community initiatives that we need to be successful.

Carl R. Cameron
Holyoke Medical Center
Information Systems
Director of Information Systems and Biomedical

MAeHC is contributing to the success of a very ambitious project by providing everything from strategic guidance to end-to-end project management at the practice level.

John Halamka, MD
Chief Information Officer
CareGroup Health System

Did You Know?

Our Accountable Care (ACO) and Medical Home teams bring together cross-discipline skills from our functional services lines to address the myriad strategy, technology, change management, and risk mitigation challenges of these delivery models. With ongoing experience with programs such as the Pioneer ACO program, MAeHC can provide the full-spectrum of services from EHR/HIE strategy to implementation services to data analytics, or provide individual services to suit customer preferences and capabilities.

MAeHC team members serve on the advisory boards and steering committees of organizations that are shaping the future of HIT, including the eHealth Initiative, the Markle Foundation Connecting for Health, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).

Our highly skilled Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) services team facilitates practice transformation through workflow redesign, EHR optimization and practice education to support a patient-centered model of care. The PCMH team has helped hundreds of clinicians achieve the highest levels of National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) PCMH recognition.

MAeHC serves clients in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, Puerto Rico and Texas. We have a national presence through our leadership role with the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) and involvement with the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).

In its first year operating the REC of New Hampshire, MAeHC enrolled over 1,000 providers and 12 critical access hospitals.

MAeHC’s Quality Data Center is certified as an EHR Module by the ONC-ATCB (Office of the National coordinator’s Authorized Testing and Certification Body) for all meaningful use clinical quality measures (CC-1112-001002-1).

MAeHC’s CEO and president, Micky Tripathi PhD, is the chair of the Information Exchange Workgroup, a sub-committee of the HIT Policy Committee in the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC). He is also the chairman of the eHealth Initiative Board of Directors.

MAeHC was selected to facilitate the HIE-HIT Advisory Committee and five multi-stakeholder workgroups to plan and implement the Massachusetts statewide HIE system.

MAeHC received a $50 million grant from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts to build a coalition of 34 nonprofit organizations and launch 3 pilot projects to demonstrate the costs and benefits of wide-scale EHR deployment. The project was one of the earliest and most effective HIE projects to date, with North Adams, Massachusetts, one of MAeHC’s first pilot community HIE projects, achieving 100% physician adoption and 93% patient opt-in.

MAeHC client, Cottage Hospital, Woodsville, New Hampshire, was the first critical access hospital in New England to achieve Stage 1 meaningful use certification.

MAeHC led the statewide HIE strategic and operational planning process for the state of New Hampshire.

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