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2017 MIPs Reporting, What You Need to Know

Nov 07, 2017 2:32 pm

As a follow up to Dr. Will Harvey’s lecture at ACR 2017 (session title: Holy MACRA! How to Survive and Thrive in the New Era of MACRA, MIPS, and APMs), here are the keys for reporting your collections.

There are three ways to participate:

  1. Submit data covering a full year (full submission);

  2. Submit data covering at least a consecutive 90-day period (partial submission); or

  3. Submit a minimum amount of data (

The final quarter for collecting a partial submission, continuous 90 day data, began on 10/2/17.

The full reporting option requires you to report on all MIPs components for the entire year. This would qualify you for a potential bonus in 2019.

The partial reporting option requires you to report on all components of MIPS for any continuous 90-day period that could qualify you for a potential bonus in 2019.

The test submission will qualify you for the neutral payment adjustment by reporting one measure on one patient.

The ACR has established the Rheumatology Clinical Registry of the RCP to submit data.

If you choose to submit through the ACR registry, you must sign up by December 1, 2017.

The RCR can report full, partial or test submissions. Following any of these submissions will either get you a neutral or positive payment.

 

For more information check out https://www.rheumatology.org/I-Am-A/Rheumatologist/Registries/RCR.

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