Mingle Analytics: A CMS-Qualified PQRS Registry
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A preferred and cost-effective method of reporting that resulted in a 99% success rate for prior year submissions! By extracting current data BEFORE the end of the reporting year, omissions and errors are corrected before it gets submitted to Medicare. Use coupon code GAITHERPQRS2016 with the Mingle Analytics registry to take advantage of the low cost of $274/provider per reporting year and work with knowledgeable staff who will help identify the measures which will work best for you practice. Take advantage of the support offered by experts in quality reporting solutions. KNOW your results BEFORE YOU SUBMIT.

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PQRS reporting options for 2016 include the following submission methods:
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How to submit: Submit data on claim forms with Medicare billing. Threshold: 50% of all eligible visits for 9 measures in three domains (or MAV process is used to determine if additional measures could have been utilized). Pro: Free. Con: 1. If you miss putting the quality code on the claim, you can not resubmit. 2. It is difficult or impossible to determine if successful while still in the reporting year. 3. You can not fix prior mistakes that have already been submitted. 4. If you start late in the year, it becomes next to impossible to be successful. 5. High unsuccessful http://www.wholesalejerseys1.com rate. 6. Lack of support or resources to determine if successful. 7. Realizing when it is too late that your practice is going to lose thousands of dollars because this method was free.

How to submit: Submit data http://www.cheapjerseysgo.com periodically throughout the year to the Mingle Analytics Dashboard. Analyze results and resubmit as necessary to achieve a successful submission. Threshold: 50% of all eligible visits for 9 measures in three domains (or MAV process is used to determine if additional measures could have been utilized). Pro: 1. Step-by-step project management to guide and track the submission process. 2. A full library of measure specifications and PQRS Performance Guides. 3. A tool for the secure exchange of data files and abstraction lists. 4. Performance reports that summarize your data as it will be sent to Medicare. 5. Unparalleled customer support from PQRS reporting experts. 6. Can be submitted as late as March 31st, 2017. Cons: Not utilizing Mingle Analytics for prior PQRS submissions.

How to submit: Locate a measure group applicable to your practice. Identify a 20-patient sample where at least half the patients are Medicare patients. Answer reporting questions for the 20-patient sample. If necessary, analyze results and resubmit as necessary to achieve a successful submission. Threshold: http://www.cheapjerseysgo.com All questions must be answered for patient sample. Pro: 1. Easiest/fastest method to obtain a successful PQRS submission for a small practitioner. 2. Step-by-step project management to guide and track the submission process. 3. A full library of measure specifications and PQRS Performance Guides. 4. A tool for the secure exchange of data files and abstraction lists. 5. Performance reports that summarize your data as it will be sent to Medicare. 6. Unparalleled customer support from PQRS reporting experts. 7. Can be submitted as late as March 31st, 2017. Cons: Not utilizing Mingle Analytics or this submission technique for prior PQRS submissions.

How to submit: Dependent on EHR. Threshold: 80% of all eligible visits for 9 measures in three domains (or MAV process is used to determine if additional measures could have cheap authentic jerseys from china been utilized). Pro: Can be done at the end of the year. Cons: 1. Lower success rate than Mingle Analytics. 2. Utilizing EHR support for questions on PQRS. Do you trust their support & knowledge of PQRS with thousands of dollars in penalties on the line?

How to submit: Groups of 25 or more eligible physicians must register to take part in PQRS through the GPRO Web Interface before June 30th, 2016. Threshold: All questions for 22 measures must be answered in the 248-patient sample on the CMS web portal. Pro: 1. Report once for all physicians in the group. 2. Free. Cons: 1. Only available to groups of 25 or more physicians. 2. Must be registered by June 30th to utilize this option. 3. Time consuming.

How to submit: Groups of 2 or more physicians must register to take part in PQRS via Registry before June 30th, 2016. Submit data periodically throughout the year to the Mingle Analytics Dashboard. Analyze results and resubmit as necessary to achieve a successful submission. Threshold: 50% of all eligible visits for 9 measures in three domains (or MAV process is used to determine if additional measures could have been utilized). Pro: 1. Step-by-step project management to guide and track the cheep nfl jerseys submission process. 2. A full library of measure specifications and PQRS Performance Guides. 3. A tool for the secure exchange of data files and abstraction lists. 4. Performance reports that summarize your data as it will be sent to Medicare. 5. Unparalleled customer support from PQRS reporting experts. 6. Can be submitted as late as March 31st, 2017. Cons: Not utilizing Mingle Analytics for prior PQRS submissions.

How to submit: Groups of 2 or more physicians must register to take part in PQRS via EHR before June 30th, 2016. Other submission requirements are dependent on EHR. Threshold: 80% of all eligible visits for 9 measures in three domains (or MAV process is used to determine if additional measures could have been utilized). Pro: Can be done at the end of the year. Cons: 1. Lower success rate than Mingle Analytics. 2. Utilizing EHR support for questions on PQRS. Do you trust their support & knowledge of PQRS with thousands of dollars in penalties on the line?