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The National Home-Based Primary Care & Palliative Care Registry
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These measures have been approved by CMS as non-MIPS Quality Measures which can be submitted via this registry for the 2019 MIPS Quality Performance Category.
About this Registry
The National Home-Based Primary Care & Palliative Care Registry, created in collaboration with the American Academy of Home Care Medicine, The West Health Institute, and Premier, Inc, is intended to improve patient care by putting population-appropriate measures into the field, benchmark across home-based medical practices around the country, help practices engage in a learning community focused on quality improvement, and provide a mechanism for home-based medical providers to report quality indicator data to CMS in the context of value-based care and payment. This registry is approved by CMS as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) for Eligible Professionals (EPs) and organizations participating in the Group Practice Reporting Option (GPRO) since 2016.

Measures That Matter
This Resource Center is comprised of 26 quality measures, quality measures including 13 specialty-related non-QPP measures.

MIPS reporting – avoid up to a 5% payment adjustment in 2019!

Choose any time to start reporting anytime between January 1, and October 2, 2017 and submit to CMS in early 2018 to be considered a participant for the 2019 payment year.

Get Started

Up to 5% of your 2019 medicare payments are at risk
for non-participation in the Meaningful Use, MIPS, & VBM programs.
Eliminate data entry efforts with automated EHR data submission

  • Secure & Easy to Use
  • Populate registry with your existing data

Automated submission is available for users of EHRs such as:
Quest Diagnostics / Care360®
STI / ChartMaker®
Continuous performance management

  • Track performance scores against national benchmarks & peer data
  • Provider dashboard with performance scores & trend lines
  • Identify gaps in patient care
  • Identify opportunities to improve clinical care

Improvement interventions to close gaps in patient care

The registry identifies possible interventions for improvement based on clinical quality gaps found through calculating your selected quality measures.

Once a measure gap is identified, this quality improvement registry automatically identifies improvement interventions. The green "How Do I Improve?" button associated with each measure links to relevant improvement tools including clinical guidelines and continuing education materials.

Manage your patient population

  • Manage the health of your patient population by identifying individual patients based upon measure results.
  • Identify opportunities to improve care by reviewing performance across your patient population.
  • Use patient population information to address clinical quality gaps in a timely manner.

MIPS reporting across all categories — satisfied with ease

  • Satisfy Quality, Improvement Activity, and Promoting Interoperability Requirements
  • Fulfill the Specialized Registry Promoting Interoperability Measure
  • Reporting available for Eligible Professionals and Group Practices

How much does it cost to participate?
Registration and payment is required for each Quality Payment Program Performance Period. The annual QCDR registration is $350 per member. This fee includes annual use of the data for quality improvement purposes and QPP MIPS reporting to CMS.

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