Medical Assistance Provider Incentive Repository (MAPIR) Resources
The Medical Assistance Provider Incentive Repository, also referred to as MAPIR, is a system application that is within PROMISe™. The application is the state-level information system for the Promoting Interoperability Program (Formerly known as the EHR incentive Program). MAPIR tracks and acts as a repository for information related to payment, applications, attestations, oversight functions, and interface with CMS' National Level Repository.
The Promoting Interoperability Program (PIP) ends in 2021. MAPIR will allow providers to submit Program Years 2020 and 2021 applications at the same time. Currently, your previous application must be completed prior to submitting a new application. Due to time restraints with the sunset of the program, we will allow providers to submit their final 2021 application prior to their 2020 application being completed.
Screenshots and Manuals
Eligible Professional Provider Manual -This provider manual helps eligible professionals navigate through the application process in the MAPIR system.
Eligible Hospital Provider Manual - This provider manual helps eligible hospitals navigate through the application process in the MAPIR System.
Sample Eligible Hospital (EH) Applications - These documents display sample MAPIR applications. You may use these pages to prepare before beginning the process:
Sample Encounter Volume Report - This document provides a general overview of how to define an encounter and what information/format is expected for either the individual or group methodology.
Sample FQHC PV Summary
FQHC/RHC Attestation Form - Physician assistants applying for the incentive payment must meet the CMS-defined criteria of practicing at an FQHC/RHC that is, "so led" by a physician assistant. This form is supporting documentation to validate the criteria.
Mid-level Attestation Form
Certified Electronic Health Record Technology (CEHRT) Resources
- CEHRT Documentation Directions: This document outlines the information required to meet the CEHRT documentation requests.
- Template of Signed Vendor Letter: This is a template of a signed vendor letter showing the data and information required to meet the CEHRT documentation requests. This specific format is not required to be used however; data and information in this template is required in any format of signed vendor letter to meet the CEHRT documentation requests.
- Sample Signed Vendor Letter: This is a sample signed vendor letter showing the data and information required to meet the CEHRT documentation requests.
MA Promoting Interoperability Program Acceptable Supporting Documentation - These links provide details about what types of documents we can accept to verify that specific meaningful use objectives have been met.
2019 through 2021 Stage 3
2018 Modified Stage 2
2018 Stage 3
2017 Modified Stage 2
2017 Stage 3
2016 Modified Stage 2
2015 Modified Stage 2
2014 Stage 2
2014 Stage 1
2013 Stage 1