Continue providing your patients with quality care while avoiding the 4% payment adjustment with Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS).
Our dedicated team of PQRS experts will help you choose the right measures, assist with generating reports, and offer customized packages for PQRS reporting, designed to keep you up to par with industry standards.
PQRS is a government-mandated program designed to ensure that all providers participate in the improvement of medical reporting and its overall quality. It uses incentives and penalties to encourage eligible professionals to report quality measures to Medicare. For more information click here
EPs submit quality measures data
Report on quality measures
CMS analyzes quality measures data
CMS analyzes data for incentive and payment adjustment
EPs receive feedback reports on 1) whether they satisfactorily reported AND 2) whether they are incentive eligible or subject to the payment adjustment
Receive feedback report and notice of negative or downward payment adjustment
Receive feedback report indicatingneutral (no downward payment adjustment but also no incentive)
Receive feedback report and incentive payment or notice of upward adjustment
In the 2016 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Rule, CMS finalized its proposal to base 2016 PQRS penalties off of 2014 reporting. Based on the PQRS guidelines, the penalty for not reporting PQRS in 2016 are as follows:
Our dedicated PQRS team of experts will help you participate and successfully report for PQRS
We offer the following services:
We have over 180 measures to offer this year, 44 of which are new measures.
Meditab offers the following packages with its corresponding supported methods of reporting:
To keep up with the growing regulatory demands of the healthcare industry, IMS now supports PQRS Group Reporting!
To help you easily report to 2016 PQRS, we now offer:
The ability for IMS users to submit their PQRS data using the Group Practice Reporting option of Meditab PQRS Registry.
This option will be available exclusively for members of the Group Practice Reporting Option (GPRO) who are using IMS as their EHR.
GPROs can submit their PQRS data by using Registry Reporting and apply the Qualified Clinical Data Registry Reporting (QCDR) format using the Meditab Registry.
PROs who wish to submit their PQRS data need to register on CMS’ Enterprise portal (EIDM account) before June 30th 2016.
Meditab can provide assistance for the creation of an EIDM account and the creation of other important roles associated with it.
We stay connected with you throughout your entire PQRS journey.