PAUL LENZ (FAMILY PRACTICE) in BROWNSVILLE, TX

Detailed ratings, contact information, specializations, and education for PAUL LENZ. Data is as of May 04, 2023.

About PAUL LENZ

PAUL LENZ: Education and Training:

Mr. PAUL LENZ attended OTHER, graduating in 1985.

Specialties and Sub-Specialties:

PAUL LENZ is a specialist in FAMILY PRACTICE. Other specialties include GENERAL PRACTICE.

FAMILY PRACTICE: Family Practice is a combination of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Ob/Gyn. They are primary care physicians for children and adults, perform well-woman exams and sometimes even deliver babies. (more information)

GENERAL PRACTICE: Also called family doctors or internists, general practitioners often develop an ongoing relationship with you, providing continuity of care. They treat common medical conditions and perform routine exams. They refer you to other medical services or doctors if you need urgent or specialized treatment.A general practitioner focuses on your overall health: physical and mental. They serve an important role in a much wider healthcare system. One of their main goals is to keep you healthy and out of ... (more information)

National Provider Number (NPI):

1669446175

Office Locations and Phone Numbers for PAUL LENZ

The NursingHomeDatabase database has 2 office locations for PAUL LENZ.

1165 SYCAMORE DR
BROWNSVILLE, TX 78520
No phone number available

625 E PRICE RD
BROWNSVILLE, TX 78521
No phone number available

Group and Medical Organization Affiliations for PAUL LENZ

Doctors Groups:

PAUL LENZ practices as part of the following doctor groups:

Medical Organizations:

Home Health Care Agency: VAMOS HOME HEALTH

Hospice: SAFEHAVEN HOSPICE

Hospital: VALLEY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

Nursing Home: Alta Vista Rehabilitation and Healthcare

Nursing Home: Brownsville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

Nursing Home: Fox Hollow Post Acute

PAUL LENZ Reviews and Ratings

MIPS Scores for PAUL LENZ

MIPS is an acronym for Merit-Based Incentive Payment System. Authorized by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reaouthorization Act of 2015, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ("CMS") developed MIPS to reward clinicians for the value of care they provide rather than the volume of care, quality over quantity. The MIPS final score determines a provider's Medicare Part B payment adjustments. MIPS also created a means for consumers to rank providers.

MIPS scores are calculated using four performance categories, quality, cost, improvement activities, and promotion of interoperability. Higher scores are better. The highest final MIPS score is 100.

Final MIPS Score 43.7
Final MIPS Score without CPB 35.4
PI Category Score 24
IA Category Score 40
Quality Category Score

Measures and Activities

These are important measures that CMS tracks for each doctor. Not all doctors or medical professionals have data.

Support Electronic Referral Loops By Sending Health Information
Provide Patients Electronic Access to Their Health Information
e-Prescribing
Consultation of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Yes
Depression screening Yes
Immunization Registry Reporting Yes
Implementation of fall screening and assessment programs Yes
ONC Direct Review Attestation Yes
ONC-ACB Surveillance Attestation Yes
Query of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) Yes
Security Risk Analysis Yes
Support Electronic Referral Loops By Receiving and Incorporating Health Information Exclusion Yes
Syndromic Surveillance Reporting Exclusion Yes