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, 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 has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) for eligible clinicians, groups, and virtual groups since 2016. The 2020 reporting period will be the final reporting period supporting the NHBPC QCDR via Premier's MedConcert platform.
Measures That Matter
This registry's measure library is comprised of Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs) and specialty-related QCDR measures approved for 2020 MIPS reporting. Additional custom measures are also available for quality and performance improvement use.
Review Measures and Specifications
View 2020 Measures
2020 Custom Measure Specifications
These measures have been approved by CMS as QCDR Quality Measures, which can be submitted via this registry for the 2020 MIPS Quality Performance Category.