PQRS once was a way for eligible professionals to receive a nice bonus for reporting quality data. That all changed. Now, if you fail to report PQRS data, you can be penalized up to 2% on future Medicare payments. But don't worry, we've got you covered. Our all-in-one system makes PQRS reporting a seamless part of your documentation process, making it easy and efficient for practices to:
Best of all, Clinicient's documentation software is designed to automatically prompt therapists about eligible PQRS measurements as they are due. Plus, there's no additional cost to report with Clinicient unlike with other solutions.
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With our all-in-one system, PQRS reporting becomes a seamless and routine part of your normal documentation process so you don’t have to worry about manually tracking and reporting PQRS measures.
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The Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS, formerly PQRI) is a voluntary Medicare quality reporting program. Originally, the program offered a small financial bonus for participation. More recently, the bonus incentives have now been phased out and replaced by financial penalties for non-participation. Eligible professionals (including physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists) who do not participate in the program or do not meet minimum requirements for reporting quality measures between January 1, 2016-December 31, 2016 will be subject to a 2.0% adjustment in their fee schedule amount in 2018. To avoid a 2 percent payment reduction in 2018 therapists must:
2016 Measures Supported
*Cross cutting measure
Hear how Andrew Hadrich of Select Therapy uses an all-in-one EMR and billing system to successfully report PQRS data.