DR. JOHN W EGAR M.D.
NPI 1003010117
Internal Medicine in Florence, OR


Quality Rating: 100 out of 100 score

NPI Status: Active since June 13, 2007

Contact Information

380 9TH STREET
FLORENCE, OR
ZIP 97439
Phone: (541) 997-7134
Fax: (541) 902-1642

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  • Individual
  • Male
  • Internal Medicine
  • PECOS Enrolled
  • Opted-Out Medicare
  • Medicare Quality Reporting

About JOHN EGAR

John Egar is an internist established in Florence, Oregon and his medical specialization is Internal Medicine. The healthcare provider is registered in the NPI registry with number 1003010117 assigned on June 2007. The practitioner's primary taxonomy code is 207R00000X with license number MD28723 (OR). The provider is registered as an individual and his NPI record was last updated one year ago.

NPI
1003010117
Provider Name
DR. JOHN W EGAR M.D.
Gender
Male
Entity Type
Individual
Location Address
380 9TH STREET FLORENCE, OR 97439
Location Phone
(541) 997-7134
Location Fax
(541) 902-1642
Mailing Address
PO BOX 24410 EUGENE, OR 97402
Mailing Phone
(541) 984-4301
Is Sole Proprietor?
No
Enumeration Date
06-13-2007
Last Update Date
03-07-2023
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An internist like John Egar is a physician who has completed an internal medicine residency and is board-certified or board-eligible in an internist specialty. Internists are trained to care for adults of all ages for many different medical conditions. An internist typically monitors chronic physical conditions, identifies acute diseases, provides family planning, provides counseling about wellness and disease prevention, etc.

The provider doesn't accept Medicare and has signed an affidavit to be excluded from the Medicare program. If you are a Medicare beneficiary this means a provider can charge whatever they want for services rendered but must follow certain rules to do so. John Egar opted out of Medicare effective on 06-05-2018 until 06-05-2022. Opt out periods last for two years and cannot be terminated unless the provider is opting out for the very first time and the affidavit is terminated no later than 90 days after the opt out effective date. Opt-out affidavits might renew automatically renew every two years. The provider opted out of Medicare but is permitted to order and refer services to other healthcare providers.

The provider participated in CMS Quality Payment Program under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and has an overall final score of 100, based on four performance areas: quality, improvement activities, promoting interoperability, and cost. The purpose of this information is to help people with Medicare make informed decisions and incentivize doctors and clinicians to maximize performance. The following quality measures were reported for this provider: chronic care and preventative care management for empaneled patients, colorectal cancer screening, diabetes: eye exam, e-prescribing, immunization registry reporting, implementation of medication management practice improvements, measurement and improvement at the practice and panel level, medication reconciliation, patient-specific education, preventive care and screening: body mass index (bmi) screening and follow-up plan, provide patient access, secure messaging, security risk analysis, specialized registry reporting and use of decision support and standardized treatment protocols.

Specialty - Primary Taxonomy

The NPI enumerator requires providers to submit at least one taxonomy code. A taxonomy code is a unique 10-character code that describes the healthcare provider type, classification, and the area of specialization. There could be only one primary taxonomy code per NPI record. For individual NPIs the license data is associated to the taxonomy code.

Classification

Internal Medicine

Taxonomy Code
207R00000X
Type
Allopathic & Osteopathic Physicians
License No.
MD28723
License State
OR
Taxonomy Description
A physician who provides long-term, comprehensive care in the office and the hospital, managing both common and complex illness of adolescents, adults and the elderly. Internists are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, infections and diseases affecting the heart, blood, kidneys, joints and digestive, respiratory and vascular systems. They are also trained in the essentials of primary care internal medicine, which incorporates an understanding of disease prevention, wellness, substance abuse, mental health and effective treatment of common problems of the eyes, ears, skin, nervous system and reproductive organs.

Secondary Taxonomies

The provider has reported to the NPI enumerator additional taxonomy codes. Multiple taxonomy codes may represent subspecialties or other areas of specialization the provider maybe licensed to practice.

No. Taxonomy Code Type Classification /
Specialization
License No. (State)
1207R00000XAllopathic & Osteopathic Physicians

Internal Medicine

A104755 (CA)
2207R00000XAllopathic & Osteopathic Physicians

Internal Medicine

57009671 (OH)

Insurance Plans Accepted

According to publicly available information the provider might be accepting the following health plans from these health insurance companies:

  • Medicare

  • Medicaid


*Please verify directly with this provider to make sure your insurance plan is currently accepted.

Additional Identifiers

The NPI Enumerator encourages providers to submit additional identifiers with their NPI application although the submission of this information is optional. The additional identifier(s) section includes other numbers or codes currently or formerly used as an identifier for the provider by other public healthcare entities. The identifiers may include UPIN, NSC, OSCAR, DEA, Medicaid State or PIN identification numbers.

Identifier Type / Code Identifier State Identifier Issuer
MD28723OTHER (01)ORSTATE LICENSE
A104755OTHER (01)CASTATE LICENSE
91143OTHER (01)OHOHIO LICENCE
026065MEDICAID (05)OR 
2836739MEDICAID (05)OH 

PECOS Enrollment and Medicare Participation Status

John Egar is enrolled in PECOS and is eligible to order or refer health care services for Medicare patients. The provider is eligible to order or refer: Part B Clinical Laboratory and Imaging, Durable Medical Equipment (DME), a Home Health Agency (HHA) and Power Mobility Devices.

What is PECOS?
PECOS is the online Medicare enrollment management system or Provider, Enrollment, Chain and Ownership System. The PECOS system is a database of providers who have registered with CMS as providers or suppliers. PECOS is the primary source of information about verified Medicare professionals. Providers that want to participate in this program need to enroll in PECOS with their NPI number to avoid denied claims.

  • Is the provider registered in PECOS? Yes

  • Opted-Out of Medicare? Yes

  • Opt-Out Effective Date: 06-05-2018

  • Opt-Out End Date: 06-05-2022

  • Eligible to Order and Refer? Yes

  • Eligible to Order or Refer Part B Clinical Laboratory and Imaging: Yes

  • Eligible to Order or Refer Durable Medical Equipment (DMEPOS): Yes

  • Eligible to Order or Refer a Home Health Agency (HHA): Yes

  • Eligible to Order or Refer Power Mobility Devices: Yes

Provider Referred Orders for Durable Medical Equipment, Devices & Supplies

The following list reflects the services, supplies or durable medical equipment ordered by this provider to a DME supplier on behalf of patients. The information below is derived from Medicare claims data and reflects the BETOS category, HCPCS code information and the number times each service was submitted under the Medicare fee-for-service program.

Prosthetic and Orthotic Devices

  • Prosthetic/Orthotic devices (D1F)

    Intermittent urinary catheter; straight tip, with or without coating (teflon, silicone, silicone elastomer, or hydrophilic, etc.), each (HCPCS:A4351)

    1 DME suppliers used 11 Medicare Claims 2046 Services Paid

  • Prosthetic/Orthotic devices (D1F)

    Lubricant, per ounce (HCPCS:A4402)

    1 DME suppliers used 11 Medicare Claims 44 Services Paid

Physician Visit Costs

The pricing information below displays the copayment minimum, maximum and average amount that patients under Medicare are charged when visiting this provider as a new or established patient. Please keep in mind that these prices are just for reference purposes, and the actual prices charged by the provider might be different.

For patients covered under private health plans the prices below are also useful as healthcare pricing for private insurance is usually established as a function of Medicare prices. Private insurance covered patients should check their individual plans to determine the exact pricing.

The prices below reflect the costs for new and established patients in the 97439 ZIP code area.

New Patients Visit Costs *

The most utilized procedure code for new patients office visits is 99204

  • Average New Patient Price $129.93
  • Minimum New Patient Price $56.38
  • Maximum New Patient Price $171.59
  • Average New Patient Copayment $32.48
  • Minimum New Patient Copayment $14.09
  • Maximum New Patient Copayment $42.89

Established Patients Visit Costs *

The most utilized procedure code for established patients office visits is 99214

  • Average Established Patient Price $100.62
  • Minimum Established Patient Price $17.6
  • Maximum Established Patient Price $140.51
  • Average Established Patient Copayment $25.15
  • Minimum Established Patient Copayment $4.4
  • Maximum Established Patient Copayment $35.12

* The physician office visit costs information is generated by statistical analysis of similar providers in the same geographical area. The pricing information above IS NOT the amount charged by this provider.

Overall MIPS Quality Performance

The Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) is a way providers could use to participate in CMS Quality Payment Program (QPP). The MIPS program affects clinician reimbursement for Part B covered professional services and also rewards them for improving the quality of patient care and outcomes.

  • Final Score: 100 out of 100

    The MIPS program evaluates providers across multiple categories with a specific weight for each category resulting a in a MIPS final score that ranges from 0 to 100 points. The MIPS Final Score determines whether providers receive a negative, neutral or positive MIPS payment adjustment.

  • Quality Score: 100

    The Quality category assesses providers performance on clinical practices and patient outcomes under the traditional MIPS program. The quality measures help identify the quality of healthcare processes, outcomes, and patient experiences. The Quality measure category compromises 40% providers final MPIS scores.

    There are six collection types for MIPS quality measures: Electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eCQMs), MIPS Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs), Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) Measures, Medicare Part B claims measures, CMS Web Interface measures and The Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) for MIPS Survey.

  • Promoting Interoperability Score: 100

    The Interoperability category measures the providers ability to use technology to exchange and make use of healthcare information in a way that is less burdensome and improves outcomes. The Interoperability measure category compromises 25% providers final MPIS scores.

    The MIPS Interoperability measure focuses on the use of certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) to improve patient access health information, the exchange of information between clinicians and pharmacies and the systematic collection, analysis, and interpretation of healthcare data.

  • Improvement Activities Score: 40

    The Improvement Activities performance category evaluates the providers participation in clinical activities that support the improvement of clinical practice, care delivery, and outcomes. Providers have the option to choose 2 to 4 activities from an inventory of over 100 improvement activities. Providers typically choose the activities that best fit their needs. The improvement activities measure category compromises 15% providers final MPIS scores.

    The Improvement measures aim to better patient engagement, patient safety and other areas of patient care. The Improvement Activities category compromises 15% of providers final MPIS scores.

  • Cost Score: N/A

    The Cost performance category asses the amount and types of services provided and how clinicians coordinate care and seek improvement of health outcomes by ensuring patients receive the appropriate services.

    Although providers don't determine the price of healthcare services they are important in delivering high-quality care at a reasonable cost. The Cost measures category compromises 20% of providers final MPIS scores.

  • Cost Score: N/A

    The Cost performance category asses the amount and types of services provided and how clinicians coordinate care and seek improvement of health outcomes by ensuring patients receive the appropriate services.

    Although providers don't determine the price of healthcare services they are important in delivering high-quality care at a reasonable cost. The Cost measures category compromises 20% of providers final MPIS scores.

Quality Reporting

The following quality measures meet Medicare's statistical reporting standards for the year 2018. Not all providers report the same information, because not all providers give the same services to patients. The quality information is just a snapshot of some the care providers give to their patients. Reporting more or less information is not a reflection of quality.

Quality Measure Performance Number of Patients
Chronic Care and Preventative Care Management for Empaneled PatientsYesN/A
Proactively manage chronic and preventive care for empaneled patients that could include one or more of the following: • Provide patients annually with an opportunity for development and/or adjustment of an individualized plan of care as appropriate to age and health status, including health risk appraisal; gender, age and condition-specific preventive care services; and plan of care for chronic conditions; • Use condition-specific pathways for care of chronic conditions (e.g., hypertension, diabetes, depression, asthma and heart failure) with evidence-based protocols to guide treatment to target; such as a CDC-recognized diabetes prevention program; • Use pre-visit planning to optimize preventive care and team management of patients with chronic conditions; • Use panel support tools (registry functionality) to identify services due; • Use predictive analytical models to predict risk, onset and progression of chronic diseases; or • Use reminders and outreach (e.g., phone calls, emails, postcards, patient portals and community health workers where available) to alert and educate patients about services due; and/or routine medication reconciliation.
Colorectal Cancer Screening 11% 157
Percentage of adults 50-75 years of age who had appropriate screening for colorectal cancer
Diabetes: Eye Exam 15% 41
Percentage of patients 18-75 years of age with diabetes who had a retinal or dilated eye exam by an eye care professional during the measurement period or a negative retinal exam (no evidence of retinopathy) in the 12 months prior to the measurement period
e-Prescribing 90% 978
At least one permissible prescription written by the MIPS eligible clinician is queried for a drug formulary and transmitted electronically using certified EHR technology.
Immunization Registry ReportingYesN/A
The MIPS eligible clinician is in active engagement with a public health agency to submit immunization data.
Implementation of medication management practice improvementsYesN/A
Manage medications to maximize efficiency, effectiveness and safety that could include one or more of the following: Reconcile and coordinate medications and provide medication management across transitions of care settings and eligible clinicians or groups; Integrate a pharmacist into the care team; and/or Conduct periodic, structured medication reviews.
Measurement and Improvement at the Practice and Panel LevelYesN/A
Measure and improve quality at the practice and panel level, such as the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) Physician Scorecards, that could include one or more of the following: • Regularly review measures of quality, utilization, patient satisfaction and other measures that may be useful at the practice level and at the level of the care team or MIPS eligible clinician or group (panel); and/or • Use relevant data sources to create benchmarks and goals for performance at the practice level and panel level.
Medication Reconciliation 98% 48
The MIPS eligible clinician performs medication reconciliation for at least one transition of care in which the patient is transitioned into the care of the MIPS eligible clinician.
Patient-Specific Education 45% 279
The MIPS eligible clinician must use clinically relevant information from CEHRT to identify patient-specific educational resources and provide access to those materials to at least one unique patient seen by the MIPS eligible clinician.
Preventive Care and Screening: Body Mass Index (BMI) Screening and Follow-Up Plan 27% 274
Percentage of patients aged 18 years and older with a BMI documented during the current encounter or during the previous twelve months AND with a BMI outside of normal parameters, a follow-up plan is documented during the encounter or during the previous twelve months of the current encounter Normal Parameters: Age 18 years and older BMI >= 18.5 and < 25 kg/m2
Provide Patient Access 100% 279
At least one patient seen by the MIPS eligible clinician during the performance period is provided timely access to view online, download, and transmit to a third party their health information subject to the MIPS eligible clinician's discretion to withhold certain information.
Secure Messaging 10% 279
For at least one unique patient seen by the MIPS eligible clinician during the performance period, a secure message was sent using the electronic messaging function of CEHRT to the patient (or the patient-authorized representative), or in response to a secure message sent by the patient (or the patient-authorized representative) during the performance period.
Security Risk AnalysisYesN/A
Conduct or review a security risk analysis in accordance with the requirements in 45 CFR 164.308(a)(1), including addressing the security (to include encryption) of ePHI data created or maintained by certified EHR technology in accordance with requirements in 45 CFR164.312(a)(2)(iv) and 45 CFR 164.306(d)(3), and implement security updates as necessary and correct identified security deficiencies as part of the MIPS eligible clinician's risk management process.
Specialized Registry ReportingYesN/A
The MIPS eligible clinician is in active engagement to submit data to specialized registry. To earn a 5 % bonus in the promoting interoperability performance category score for submitting to one or more public health or clinical data registries also attest to PI_TRANS_PHCDRR_3_MULTI.
Use of decision support and standardized treatment protocolsYesN/A
Use decision support and standardized treatment protocols to manage workflow in the team to meet patient needs.

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NPI Validation Check Digit Calculation


The following table explains the step by step NPI number validation process using the ISO standard Luhn algorithm.

Start with the original NPI number, the last digit is the check digit and is not used in the calculation.
1003010117
Step 1: Double the value of the alternate digits, beginning with the rightmost digit.
200301012
Step 2: Add all the doubled and unaffected individual digits from step 1 plus the constant number 24.
2 + 0 + 0 + 3 + 0 + 1 + 0 + 1 + 2 + 24 = 33
Step 3: Subtract the total obtained in step 2 from the next higher number ending in zero, the result is the check digit.
40 - 33 = 77

The NPI number 1003010117 is valid because the calculated check digit 7 using the Luhn validation algorithm matches the last digit of the original NPI number.

Frequently Asked Questions

The NPI number assigned to this healthcare provider is 1003010117, enumerated in the NPI registry as an "individual" on June 13, 2007

The provider is located at 380 9th Street Florence, Or 97439 and the phone number is (541) 997-7134

The provider's speciality is Internal Medicine with taxonomy code 207R00000X

The provider might be accepting Accepts: Medicare and Medicaid. Please consult your insurance carrier or call the provider to make sure your health plan is currently accepted.

Yes, as of May 17, 2024 the provider is registered in PECOS and is eligible to order health care services or supplies for Medicare patients. If you are a beneficiary the provider is eligible to order or refer: Part B Clinical Laboratory and Imaging, Durable Medical Equipment (DME), a Home Health Agency (HHA) and Power Mobility Devices.

The provider has an overall high rating in the following quality measures: quality clinical practices and patient outcomes and experiences , uses technology to exchange and make use of healthcare information.

Medicare beneficiaries should expect a typical cost of $129.93 with an average copayment of $32.48 for new patient appointments. Established patients should expect a typical charge of $100.62 and an average copayment of 25.15. Please review your insurance plan or contact the provider directly to determine your specific costs.

No, the provider signed an affidavit on June 05, 2018 to opt-out of the Medicare program. The provider is excluded from the Medicare program until June 05, 2022.

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