Designed by and for busy, practicing clinicians, this registry-based* Physician Quality Reporting System(PQRS)
tool guides you through the Physician Quality Reporting System using as few as 15 of your patient charts.
With just 4 simple steps – and only a couple of hours – you can become eligible for the CMS 2012 pay-for-reporting
Physician Quality Reporting System(PQRS) bonus. And in the process, you’ll begin to understand how a registry-based
data collection can empower you to improve your patient care and outcomes in coming months and years.
Bonus payment to you of 1% of all of your Medicare Part B charges in 2012
- Registry-reporting (our method) has a 96% success rate*
- In 2009 alone, Medicare paid over $234 million in incentive payments
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What is PQRS?
The Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), formerly known as PQRI, is a voluntary individual reporting
program that provides an incentive payment to an “eligible professional” (EP) who satisfactorily reports data on quality
measures for covered Physician Fee Schedule services provided to Medicare Part B beneficiaries. In 2012, the incentive is
1% of the EP’s estimated TOTAL Medicare Part B Physician Fee Schedule allowed charges.
Click here for the government’s details http://www.cms.hhs.gov/pqri/
* According to CMS, registry reporting resulted in a 96% success rate among eligible professionals who used this approach to qualify for P4P under PQRI in 2008 and 2009.