42 CFR § 425.308 - Public reporting and transparency.
(a) ACO public reporting Web page. Each ACO must create and maintain a dedicated Web page on which it publicly reports the information set forth in paragraph (b) of this section. The ACO must report the address of such Web page to CMS in a form and manner specified by CMS and must notify CMS of changes to the web address in the form and manner specified by CMS.
(b) Information to be reported. The ACO must publicly report the following information in a standardized format specified by CMS:
(1) Name and location.
(2) Primary contact.
(3) Organizational information, including all of the following:
(i) Identification of ACO participants.
(iii) Identification of the members of its governing body.
(iv) Identification of key clinical and administrative leadership.
(v) Identification of associated committees and committee leadership.
(4) Shared savings and losses information, including the following:
(ii) Total proportion of shared savings invested in infrastructure, redesigned care processes and other resources required to support the three-part aim goals of better health for populations, better care for individuals and lower growth in expenditures, including the proportion distributed among ACO participants.
(5) The ACO's performance on all quality measures.
(i) Total number of beneficiaries who received an incentive payment.
(ii) Total number of incentive payments furnished.
(iii) HCPCS codes associated with any qualifying service for which an incentive payment was furnished.
(iv) Total value of all incentive payments furnished.
(v) Total of each type of incentive payment (for example, check or debit card) furnished.
(c) Approval of public reporting information. Information reported on an ACO's public reporting Web page in compliance with the requirements of the standardized format specified by CMS is not subject to marketing review and approval under § 425.310.
(d) Public reporting by CMS. CMS may publicly report ACO-specific information, including but not limited to the ACO public reporting Web page address and the information required to be publicly reported under paragraph (b) of this section.
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