How can you report for the MIPS 2019 & earn incentives?

  • Step 1

    Check if you’re an Eligible Clinician (EC)?

  • Step 2

    Why is it important to report MIPS?

  • Step 3

    Choose your desired package

  • Step 4

    Learn all about the MIPS 2019 reporting criteria

  • Step 5

    Get started with MIPS 2019 Reporting

Step 1

Check if you’re an Eligible Clinician (EC)

The eligibility pool has been expanded for MIPS 2019 reporting. All thanks to the CMS (The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid), which is constantly improving the performance standards.

The restrictions upon the following list of physicians have been lifted. Now, they can report for the first time and can get incentives and bonuses for their efforts.

  • Audiologists
  • Clinical Psychologists
  • Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Physical / Occupational Therapists
  • Dietitians/Nutritional Professionals

Step 2

Why Is It Important to Report MIPS?

Payment Adjustment for Efficient Revenue Cycle Management

QPP MIPS is unique in its quality to evaluate physicians’ performance via the grading system among peers. The final MIPS score is referred to as MIPS Composite Performance Score. The total marks range from 0-100 and calculated via the composite score of four MIPS performance categories.

The higher the quality outcomes against your peer, the higher the score is, meaning the opportunity to get higher incentives doubles.

Physicians Compare Ranking

QPP MIPS not only boosts physicians’ finance sector but also the reputation as the MIPS score is posted online on the Physicians Compare website.

Thus, a high MIPS scorer has the potential to get fame among the respective community.

Are You Ready to Submit Data for MIPS 2019?

Step 3

Choose Your Desired Package

Whether you’re a small medical practice or a well-established hospital, depending upon your budget and expectations; we offer three fundamental packages.

The performance threshold is strict this year, but the quality, consistency, and interoperability count for a progressive healthcare system altogether.

MIPS Essential
  • MIPS score of 30 plus to avoid 7% penalty
  • Affordable price
  • No contracts
  • Reports on all the 4 categories
MIPS Budget-Neutral
  • Effective use of resources
  • Guaranteed 7% penalty avoidance with the positive payment adjustment
  • Achieve a total MIPS score between 31 to 74
  • Maximize payment adjustments in 2021
Benchmark MIPS
  • Guaranteed 7% penalty avoidance with the positive payment adjustment
  • MIPS score higher than 75 up to 100
  • Become eligible for bonus impacts of up to 12%
  • Secure a position in the top-tier performers

Step 4

Learn all about the MIPS 2019 reporting criteria


MIPS Quality measure replaced the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS). The physicians are required to report data for six measures (with one outcome measure) for sixty percent of the patients throughout the performance year.

This category weighs for 45% of the total MIPS score.

Promoting Interoperability (PI)

Formerly known as Advancing Care Information (ACI), this category addresses patient engagement and interoperability issues. Eligible clinicians are required to report a single set of PI measures via the 2015 CEHRT edition to be successful in this category.

This category weighs 25% of the total MIPS score.

Improvement Activities (IA)

This performance category counts for the quality of healthcare delivery to patients, and clinicians can show improvement in predetermined activities related to their practice specialty and patient population.

This category weighs for 15% of the total MIPS score.


For two years now, this category has been calculated for the Medicare Spending Per Beneficiary (MSPB) measure, the Total per Capita Cost measure, and eight episode-based measures (when applicable). Physicians don’t have to specifically report for this category, but data is captured through administrative claims.

This category weighs for 15% of the total MIPS score.

April 30, 2020, 8:00 pm. EST is the deadline for QPP MIPS 2019 reporting

Report specialty-specific measures and target incentives and bonuses for a smooth revenue cycle management

Step 5

Get started with MIPS 2019 Reporting

Being the MIPS Qualified Registry, we offer a systematic and consistent way to report data without getting overwhelmed.

  • We make data submission easier for you so that you keep focusing on your patients.
  • How we ensure the success status of your practice?
  • The conversation takes 30 minutes of your time (physician) to shortlist the measures
  • Report all allowed MIPS Qualified Registry measures for all categories
  • Validate data with 100% tech support

The performance and penalty threshold reaches up to 7% – 2 points more than the last year. But, you don’t have to worry.

Choose the suitable MIPS solution & optimize your performance to deliver quality healthcare without any contractual restriction.