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*Update: MIPS replaces PQRS beginning in 2017. Get the resources you need to stay informed, avoid penalties and earn positive adjustments at pMD.
pMD is the MIPS qualified registry making reporting easy.
Learn more about MIPS:
What is MIPS? What does the acronym mean? What’s the timeline?
What you should know about the differences in PQRS reporting vs MIPS Quality Reporting
MIPS Scoring, Simplified– (FAQs included)
Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) Registry Reporting
As a certified PQRS registry, pMD gives medical practices a simplified solution to meet CMS’ PQRS requirements with easy-to-use online reporting services. Groups can submit their data at any point in the year and receive data validation and real-time feedback on their progress. Monitor your performance metrics using pMD's dynamic PQRS dashboard and advanced reporting tools. pMD can support any official CMS PQRS measures and any official CMS PQRS measures group. If you have questions about PQRS reporting for your group, contact us using the form below.
pMD's friendly and knowledgeable support team provides assistance with selecting the most applicable measures for your practice or specialty and helps you stay informed on new measures and regulations.
• Dynamic PQRS Dashboard
allows you to drill down into each measure per provider to manage and track performance
• Dedicated customer support team
to personally provide measure guidance and answer questions
• Billing data integration
with your EHR or PM system at no extra cost
• Automatic detection of qualifying patients
for each measure based on billing and demographic data
Pricing is per provider and volume discounts are available for practices with more than 5 providers.
pMD’s PQRS Qualified Registry Reporting Options
• Report on at least 50% of your Medicare Part B Fee-For-Service patients for 9 individual measures across 3 National Quality Strategy domains
• Report on at least 20 patients seen in 2016 per provider for one measure group; 11 or more patients must be Medicare Part B Fee-For-Service
GPRO GROUP PRACTICES
• Report on at least 50% of your Medicare Part B Fee-For-Service patients under a single Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN); must report 9 individual measures over 3 National Quality Strategy domains
Specialty Recommendations for PQRS Reporting
Allergy/Immunology • Anesthesiology • Behavioral Health • Cardiology & Cardiac Specialists • Chiropractic • Colon & Rectal Surgery • Critical Care • Dermatology • Emergency Medicine • Endocrinology • Family Medicine • Gastroenterology • General Practice • General Surgery • Geriatrics • Gynecology • Hospitalists • Infectious Disease • Internal Medicine • Interventional Radiology • Mental Health • Nephrology • Neurology • Obstetrics/Gynecology • Occupational Therapy • Oncology • Ophthalmology • Orthopedic Surgery • Osteopathic Medicine • Otolaryngology/ENT • Pain Management • Palliative Care • Pathology • Pediatrics • Physical Medicine • Plastic Surgery • Podiatry • Psychiatry • Psychology • Radiation Oncology • Radiology • Rheumatology • Sleep Medicine • Speech Therapy • Thoracic Surgery • Urology • Vascular Surgery • And More!
What Our Customers Are Saying
"Using pMD for PQRS reporting was so much easier than other companies I've tried in the past, and also so much more informative. Other reporting companies I've used were wearisome. They provided web seminars to educate the consumers on their programs and PQRS and provided a telephone number to speak directly to a rep. However, it was extremely difficult to get in touch with a representative (long wait times) and when I did have the opportunity to talk they just couldn't answer my questions about PQRS and how the program works. pMD was so helpful in fielding and answering my questions. I have had timely responses to e-mails and numerous conversations with the staff. Everyone had an amazing grasp on the PQRS program, I felt like I could really start to understand how PQRS worked by talking it through with pMD. Doing PQRS at all is painful, but using pMD for PQRS was less painful than I thought it would be - and a lot less painful than reporting through other companies!"
"We've been using pMD as our PQRS Registry since January of 2016, and it has been fantastic. Not only are we able to capture our PQRS data at the point of care, which avoids end of year chart review nightmares, but we can also use pMD's reporting tools to have real time visibility into our progress. This allows us to correct problems as they develop, rather than discovering them at the end of the year when there is nothing we can do to address it. I can't imagine doing PQRS without charge capture; for us, pMD has been a practice-changing tool! pMD has also been able to answer my questions about MACRA and MIPS, and I'm really glad we'll be able to continue working with them to report all of our MIPS measures and tackle that new 2017 challenge."
"PQRS reporting is much easier with pMD and our doctors can now report on measures that are relevant to our specialty."
"We’ve been using the PQRS functionality in pMD for about 4 years now and it has been a huge success for our group. One feature we find especially useful is that our physicians are prompted to answer PQRS measures in real time. This saves us from having to go back and look for that information retroactively. That time saved is invaluable. In addition, the PQRS dashboard is a tremendous help in getting us ready for 2017 reporting. We can now run weekly reports and give real-time feedback to our physicians, who can then take necessary and appropriate actions moving forward. 2017 PQRS reporting will be a seamless process now with the dashboard."
"Prior to using pMD for capturing PQRS data, everything was done manually in spreadsheets. Not only was this time-consuming but also frustrating. The process is much more efficient now and a whole lot better than anything I’ve done, ever. pMD is the only company I recommend to everyone!"
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