Are you eligible to participate in the 2014 Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS)? CMS has added several new intermediate-level materials to eHealth University to help you successfully participate in PQRS and receive an incentive payment. These include:
- EHR Reporting Made Simple – Outlines EHR-based reporting for 2014 PQRS participation for both individual eligible professionals and group practices.
- Claims Reporting Made Simple – Describes claims-based reporting and outlines steps that individual eligible professionals should take prior to participating.
- Qualified Clinical Data Registry Reporting Made Simple – Explains Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) participation and steps individual eligible professionals should take when selecting a QCDR for the 2014 PQRS program year.
- Registry Reporting Made Simple – Describes registry-based reporting and outlines steps that individual eligible professionals or group practices should take in selecting a registry to work with for the 2014 PQRS program year.
This is the last year eligible professionals can earn an incentive payment for satisfactorily reporting PQRS quality data to CMS, and this year’s participation in PQRS will also determine the 2016 PQRS payment adjustment.
If you satisfactorily submit PQRS quality measures to CMS using one of the approved reporting options for services provided during the 2014 reporting period, you will qualify to earn an incentive payment.
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