The PRIME Registry can help your practice with 2017 MIPS reporting…but only if you register by July 31, 2017!
In order to utilize The PRIME Registry for 2017 MIPS reporting, practices must enroll in the PRIME Registry by July 31, 2017. Completing your PRIME registration sooner will allow you more time to integrate your EHR system, review your performance data, and make any needed adjustments to maximize your MIPS participation.
SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT CERTAIN EHRS: For many EHRs, PRIME's technology vendor- FIGmd- will use the Registry Practice Connector data extraction tool to pull your EHR data into the registry. This tool must be installed by August 31, 2017 if your practice would like to use PRIME for 2017 MIPS reporting.
The PRIME Registry is designed to support clinical quality measure collection and reporting for clinicians enrolled in the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). The PRIME Registry fee is $295 per year for ABFM board-certified family physicians and $360 per year for all other clinicians.
The MIPS is a new program that combines parts of the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), the Value Modifier (VM or Value-based Payment Modifier), and the Medicare Electronic Health Record (EHR) incentive program into one single program in which Eligible Professionals (EPs) will be measured on:
- Quality-Replaces PQRS
- Improvement Activities-New category
- Advancing Care Information-Replaces the Medicare EHR Incentive Program also known as Meaningful Use
- Cost-Replaces the Value-Based Modifier.
Learn more about the CMS Quality Payment Program.
Questions? Contact the PRIME Navigator team at email@example.com.