A Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) is a CMS-approved entity that collects clinical data on behalf of clinicians for data submission. By achieving registry status, KAMMCO's Doctors Quality Reporting Network (DQRN) marries the collection of patient data and the submission of data in one entity for physicians. The DQRN, sponsored by KAMMCO, currently submits National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and ONC certified Electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eCQMs), Promoting Interoperability (PI) and Improvement Activities (IA) to CMS. These measures are standardized and intended to provide reliable indicators of high quality patient care. The metrics cover management of chronic diseases, preventive care screening, use of appropriate medications, use of electronic medical records, patient engagement and overall cost of care reductions.
Physicians and clinicians across the nation have a trusted choice when reporting key components of the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) as a part of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Quality Payment Program (QPP). To view the Quality Measure Specifications, visit this CMS Resource page and scroll to the sub-head "Quality". To view a complete list of the 2018 Qualified Clinical Data Registries for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), visit this CMS Resource page and scroll to the sub-head "Vendors". Choose the first bulleted item, "Qualified Clinical Data Registries (QCDRs) Qualified Posting" and download the Excel file.
To utilize the KAMMCO DQRN, physicians and clinicians must be participating members in one of the following health information networks delivered in partnership with that state’s medical society: HealtheParadigm in Georgia; Carolina eHealth Network in South Carolina; CTHealthLink in Connecticut; OneHealthNewJersey; SHINE-Show Me Health Information Network of Missouri; HealthSYNC of Louisiana; or the Kansas Health Information Network.
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Disclaimer: Each vendor has reviewed their organization’s information and provided confirmation of accuracy. Information included in this document was accurate at the time of posting; however, CMS cannot guarantee that these services will be available or that the vendor will be successful uploading their files during the submission period. CMS cannot guarantee an eligible clinicians success in providing data for the program. Successful submission is contingent upon following the MIPS program requirements: the timeliness, quality, and accuracy of the data provided for reporting by the eligible clinician, group, and/or virtual group, and the timeliness, quality, and accuracy of the vendor.