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More small practices can quality for exclusions from the Quality Payment Program (QPP), claim hardship exceptions from electronic health record (EHR) requirements or earn automatic bonus points if the proposed QPP rule released June 20 is finalized.
Other health care news outlets have tried to predict the arrival of the new proposed rule for the 2018 Quality Payment Program. We've been more cautious, but we're ready to predict the wait will end today (June 19).
It's been a bit more than a year since CMS rolled out the proposed rule for the new merit-based incentive payment system (MIPS), which makes it a bit more than a year since the editorial team for Part B News -- Roy Edroso, Laura Evans, Julia Kyles and Richard Scott -- spent hours poring over the 962-page document.
The path to successful quality-reporting in 2017 continues to get clearer. In a new release, you'll find dozens of qualified clinical data registries (QCDRs) that have obtained CMS' blessing to help you report your quality measures and other pieces of the merit-based incentive payment system (MIPS).
According to CMS officials, what should a MIPS-eligible clinician do if she has not received a MIPS clinician participation letter?

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