Worried about missing important quality reporting deadlines for the first year of Medicare’s Quality Payment Program (QPP)? We know it can be difficult to keep track of deadlines, especially when you’ve had to learn how to navigate new rules and regulations that have been introduced during the QPP “Transition Year.”
Here’s a list of upcoming deadlines you should know to succeed and thrive with MIPS and the QPP. If you have questions or aren’t sure which deadlines apply to you and your practice, contact us to get help from one of our Quality Reporting Consultants!
Are you a current client? Review the Mingle Health customer priority deadlines. (you’ll be prompted to log in)
Important Dates for MIPS and the 2017 Reporting Year
|December 31, 2017||Deadline to file the 2017 Hardship Exception for Advancing Care Information (ACI) Info from CMS here|
|January 2, 2018||Registry and EHR-Direct: CMS Portal scheduled to start accepting 2017 Submissions|
|January 8, 2018||CMS Web-Interface: Patient Lists for 2017 Available for download|
|January 22, 2018||CMS Web-Interface: Portal opens for 2017 Web-Interface submissions|
|February 1, 2018||Mingle Health Priority Registration Deadline*|
|March 16, 2018||CMS Web-Interface: Portal closes for 2017 Web-Interface submissions|
|*CMS has extended the submission deadline*
Registry Deadline for 2017 submissions, CMS Portal closes
Mingle Health Registry Reporting Deadline
All submissions must be made to CMS by this date
Are you a current client?
Review our pre-submission deadlines (you’ll be prompted to log in to your account)
|January 1, 2019||First QPP Adjustments to Medicare Part B payments based on 2017 reporting year|
Want to make sure you’ll avoid the 4% MIPS penalty?
*It’s important to register with Mingle Health as soon as possible to guarantee your submission success. Mingle accepts as many clients as possible up until the registry deadline based on service capacity – sign up now to ensure your success.
MIPS Solutions Essentials Edition™ is the most cost-effective way to avoid the penalty and succeed with MIPS. Learn more here.
Why wait? Delaying the registration process only makes reporting more of a burden to your practice and providers, risking a 4% negative adjustment on all Medicare Part B payments in 2018. Sign up now!
Are you a current client? Review the Mingle Health priority deadlines. (you’ll be prompted to log in)
Have questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us to speak with a knowledgeable Mingle Consultant.
Dr. Dan Mingle shares key changes to MIPS from the 2019 Final Rule.