QCDR Reporting is the best option for practices specializing in Physical Medicine and Pain Mitigation/Management focused practices. It replaces general “registry” reporting and allows targeted provider groups to share and learn from “best practices” via peer benchmarked performance. In conjunction with the Maine Osteopathic Association, P360 successfully created seven (7) new measures to benefit their targeted client-base in osteopathy, physiatry, physical medicine & rehabilitation (PM&R), pain, orthopedics, anesthesia, chiropractic, occupational/physical therapy, and podiatry.
Despite the more than 270 existing MIPS measures, the above specialties struggled to find measures well-suited to optimize their patients’ outcomes and providers’ clinical performance. By focusing on the above specialties with more relevant measure criteria, optimal measure results directly correlate to improved patient outcomes all while saving the system money.
QCDRs like MOA/P360 provide real time and regular reporting around quality and performance. This more frequent reporting allows participating providers/groups the ability to regularly and frequently modify regimens and/or modalities of care to elevate patient outcomes (and treatment efficacy).
- Patient360’s exclusive measures support physicians in the following specialties:
- NMM (Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine)/OMM (Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine)
- Sport Medicine
- PT (Physical Therapy)/OT (Occupational Therapy)
- 7 EXCLUSIVE P360 QCDR measures, plus 54 specialty specific QPP MIPS measures – View measures »
- Successful data submission for measures
- P360 portal access for secure uploads
- Invites to P360’s Lunch & Learn webinars
- Opportunity to earn incentives
- Individual consultation and customized technical support
- Avoid negative payment adjustment