Accountable Care Organizations

PRIME Registry can support the quality performance tracking and reporting ACOs need, supporting the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services payment demonstrations, like Merit-Based Incentive Payment Plan (MIPS), MIPS Value Pathways (MVPs), Medicare Shared Savings Plan, Making Care Primary (MCP), ACO Primary Care Flex, All-Payer Health Equity Approaches and Development (AHEAD) and eCQM reporting.

Measures to Meet a Variety of Needs

PRIME Registry can track data on a vast array of measures relevant to primary care, and multi-specialty practices. Because the registry exists for primary care, and not for profit, measures are evaluated and added based on the needs of the users. If you need a measure, ask. Chances are, it can be added.

The Best Score is the Accepted Score

Even if your practice or organization reports for CMS payment models via another means, reporting through PRIME also makes sense. Why? CMS will always take the better score. So it pays to report via PRIME, even if you have another reporting vehicle!

Disparate EHRs, One Platform

With PRIME Registry, ACOs and their member practices can compare EHR quality data, PRIME Registry metrics, and payer data against each other, to better validate data and negotiate with payers. PRIME also has quality and patient-reported outcomes measures eligible for the Quality Payment Program, and can streamline sharing quality data between ACOs and member practices, bringing multiple data sources into a unified platform, making it easier to get the data needed to help every member of the ACO prosper.