The 2016 PQRS
reporting period is now closed.
- Launching in 2017.
Your registry solution for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System
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All complete PQRS
reporting has been submitted for the 2016 reporting period. If you are in need of PQRS
support for the 2016 Program Year contact our PQRS
Learn more about MIPS and how it affects your reporting for 2017
Starting in 2017, the Merit-based Incentive Payment System, called MIPS, combines 3 previous pay-for-performance reporting programs into one: Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), Meaningful Use (MU), and the Value-Based Payment Modifier (VBM).
Based on your performance in 2017, you will receive a positive or negative Medicare payment adjustment in 2019. To learn more about how MIPS works and how it will affect you, go to MIPS
to continue your reporting with us.
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Looking for feedback on your 2016 PQRS submission?
If you submitted a 2016 PQRS report with PQR
and would like to know the status of your submission, please note that CMS typically releases this information in the form of a PQRS feedback report in the 4th quarter of the following year.
When these reports become available, you can contact the QualityNet Help desk to access your 2016 PQRS feedback report.
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