MIPS Eligible Professionals (EPs) will report on the first three of these four categories:
- Quality Measures
- Improvement Activities
- Promoting Interoperability-Replaces Advancing Care Information category
- Cost-Replaces the Value-Based Modifier
Learn more about the CMS Quality Payment Program
It’s not too late to enroll in PRIME for 2018 MIPS reporting!
To utilize the PRIME EHR-Integrated Plan for 2018 MIPS reporting, you must be enrolled by July 31, 2018.
If you enroll in the PRIME EHR-Integrated Plan after July 31, you may still view your data in the PRIME dashboard, and take advantage of the full suite of dashboard apps, including the newly released population health mapping tool, PHATE, once your data are being extracted and have been made available in your dashboard.
If you enroll in the PRIME Manual Entry Plan after July 31, you may still use it to report your data to MIPS, but you’ll want to enroll as soon as possible, as a full calendar year of data is required for the Quality portion.
The EHR-enabled PRIME Registry subscription is free for the first three years for ABFM board-certified family physicians, and only $295 per clinician per year afterward. For all other clinicians, the cost is $360 per year. MIPS reporting through the PRIME Registry is included in this annual per clinician fee at no extra charge. For those without EHRs or without compatible EHRs, we offer a Manual Entry option, which is free to ABFM Diplomates, and $95 per clinician per year for all others.
Questions? Contact the PRIME Registry team at PRIME@theabfm.org