Updated CMS Measures Inventory Tool (CMIT)

October 9, 2018 - 5:06pm

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services are excited to share the latest update for the CMS Measures Inventory Tool (CMIT)! This update reflects measure information from the proposed and final Federal Rules for 20 programs published between June 1 through August 20, 2018. The CMS Measures Inventory currently includes 2,179 unique measures from 37 programs/initiatives and spans the measurement lifecycle including Measures under Development (MUD), those that have been published on a Measures under Consideration (MUC) List, and measures that are currently used in or have been removed/retired from a program.

A few of CMIT’s new features and functions:

  • Lists similar measures for each measure in the inventory
  • An improved filtering interface that will help you refine your search for relevant measures
  • Shows “Upcoming Status Changes” for measures in specific programs
  • Assists you in identifying gaps via a measure comparison tool
  • Application of common synonyms when searching; for example, a search for “juvenile” will also find measures that mention “adolescents”
  • The ability to view and export tables that count measures by category in the Measure Summary view; for example, by program and current status or by program and meaningful measure area

Visit cmit.cms.gov today to check it out!

We always welcome feedback on the CMS Measures Inventory – for any questions or comments, please contact MMSSupport@battelle.org.

Last Updated: October 9, 2018