Within the Quality Payment Program
, there are 2 paths providers can choose and use to report quality data:
The Promoting Interoperability category of MIPS replaces the Medicare EHR Incentive Program, also known as Meaningful Use and is responsible for 25% of your total MIPS score.
If you furnish 75% or more of your professional services in sites identified by Place of Service (POS) codes 21 (inpatient hospital), 22 (outpatient hospital) or 23 (emergency room) you are exempt from Promoting Interoperability. This means your Quality score is worth 75% of your total score.
There are 2 measure
set options for reporting. The option you use to submit your data is based on
your electronic health record (EHR) edition.
- Option 1: Promoting Interoperability Objectives and
- Option 2: 2018 Promoting Interoperability Transition Objectives and Measures
AAPM&R has created an Protmoing Interoperability Guide to help members explore the measure set that works with their EHR.
All of your MIPS reporting can be completed using the AAPM&R's Registry.