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The Quality Payment Program (QPP) falls under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). It is a value-based program that determines reimbursement for clinicians treating Medicare patients.

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    MIPS 2021 Proposed Rule

    MIPS 2021: Proposed Rule Key Takeaways February 03, 2021

    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has released the Quality Payment Program (QPP) proposed rule for the 2021 performance year. To [...]

    MIPS final rule 2021

    MIPS 2021: MVPs and QCDR Changes Coming February 03, 2021

    Last week, CMS released the final rule for the changes to the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). While there are only minor changes to the [...]

    MIPS 2020

    MIPS 2020: Key Takeaways February 03, 2021

    Last week, CMS released the final rule for the changes to the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) in 2020. Changes to the program next year are [...]

    MIPS Value Pathways

    CMS Proposes New Measure Specialty Sets, MIPS Value Pathways February 03, 2021

    The final rule for MIPS 2020 outlines the changes to the MIPS program coming in 2021. Read more here.

    MIPS 2020 Proposed Rule

    CMS Releases 2020 MIPS Proposed Rule February 03, 2021

    CMS has released the final rule for MIPS 2020. Read the key takeaways here. If you’re participating in MIPS, you’ll need to know about the changes to [...]

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    Guide: MIPS 2019 March 13, 2019

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    Is GPRO the way to go? November 13, 2015

    At SurveyVitals, we believe there’s great value in the Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) quality data reporting option. In 2015, only Eligible [...]

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    GPRO, or not to GPRO, that is the question October 07, 2015

    By now, everyone understands that physicians who don’t report adequate quality measures in 2015 will see a 2% penalty in 2017. There are still [...]

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