PRIME Registry provides services, tools and support for a variety of reporting needs
The American Board of Family Medicine launched the PRIME Registry in 2016 to help support primary care practices and clinicians as reporting requirements ramped up. Since then, the Registry has kept pace with the changes in reporting and compliance requirements, while providing a range of tools for other quality improvement, data management and population health needs.
Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) Compliance
PRIME Registry is a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) and is an approved vehicle for both Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Primary Care First (PCF) reporting.
Primary Care First (PCF) reporting
Primary Care First Model Options is a set of voluntary five-year payment options that reward value and quality by offering an innovative payment structure to support delivery of advanced primary care.
PRIME Registry is able to extract the necessary data from your EHR, map it to the required measures and streamline your PCF reporting.
Are you an ABFM Diplomate Participating in Primary Care First? You deserve Credit!
ABFM Diplomates can receive Performance Improvement (PI) Activity credit for participating in Primary Care First. Attestation is available in your physician portfolio. Don’t miss this opportunity to get credit for the valuable work you are already doing!
Questions about PI Activity Credit?
Please contact Ann Williamson for additional information
PRIME Registry can help you track your performance on any number of measures your practice selects, and provides a dedicated MIPS dashboard for collecting that data for submission to CMS. Your participation in PRIME Registry includes support for MIPS reporting every step of the way, from selecting appropriate measures, to the required attestations, to the final software interface submission.
PRIME Registry supports MIPS Value Pathways
Simplify your MIPS reporting by taking advantage of the Optimizing Chronic Disease Management MIPS Value Pathway (MVP) available for reporting through PRIME Registry.
What are MVPs? The Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) Value Pathways (MVPs) are the future of MIPS reporting, featuring a subset of MIPS eligible measures which are grouped into a specialty or medical condition. It’s like an easy-order combo menu for MIPS measures.
The Optimizing Chronic disease Management MVP includes these measures:
- Person-Centered Primary Care (PCPCM) PRO Measure
- Coronary Artery Disease (CAD): Angiotensin – Converting Enzyme (ACE) Inhibitor or Angiotensin Receptor Blocker (ARB) Therapy
- Statin Therapy for the Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease
- Controlling High Blood Pressure
Ready to select the Optimizing Chronic Disease Management MVP?
Contact your FIGmd/MRO CAE or click below.
For additional information regarding MVPs or the PRIME Registry, contact a member of the PRIME Registry Team at email@example.com.
ABFM Diplomates can get certification credit for CMS MIPS Improvement Activities (IA)
When selecting an IA in the MIPS dashboard, just search by “Registry Favorites” to find the list of activities that qualify for ABFM credit. If a clinician performs one of these ABFM-approved IA for MIPS, they can then enter that info in their physician portfolio for credit.
Questions about using MIPS IAs for PI Activity Credit?
Please contact Ann Williamson for additional information.
Support for Quality Organizations: ACO, CIN, QIN and More!
The Reports module in your registry dashboard makes it easy to output the information necessary for reporting quality metrics for a variety of purposes.
Group Level Quality Dashboard Access
With the Group Performance Dashboard, you can designate a quality manager or other organization member to view and manage quality data across the organization, further simplifying quality data management and benchmarks. This dashboard allows for the set up of specific groups within groups, such as certain locations, physician types or practice groups.
Group Level Reports
The Report tool in the quality dashboard can pull reports by clinician, practice, location and at the group level as well!
With the PRIME Registry quality dashboard, administrators can view performance data at the provider/clinician level, as well as at the practice and location level, making it easier to identify which providers contribute directly to improved care.
Potential for Better Quality Scores
The ease of monitoring quality scores can help you achieve better performance and potentially improve potential payment amount.
Your PRIME Registry participation comes with in-depth support for understanding quality scores, data mapping and more
The Report tool in your quality dashboard toolbar gives you access to eleven self-serve, customizable reports that can be generated at the clinician, practice, location or group level. Configure and run reports as needed, or schedule reports to run on a monthly or quarterly schedule—or whatever cadence meets your practice needs.