*This post has been updated to include the CMS submission deadline extension.*
Missing an important Quality Payment Program (QPP) deadline could have negative impacts on your organization – including a penalty on your Medicare Part B reimbursements. Keeping track of these deadlines can be tricky, especially in a new and developing quality reporting program.
Here’s a list of upcoming deadlines you should know about to protect your income and become successful in 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 customer for 2018 reporting? Read our client deadlines here (you’ll be prompted to sign into the Mingle Portal).
Important Dates for MIPS and the 2018 Reporting Year
|October 15, 2018||Targeted review deadline for 2017 PY – Extended from Oct. 1st|
|November 1, 2018||CMS releases 2019 program year benchmarks|
|December 31, 2018||Final Day of QPP Program Year 2 Performance Period
QRUR and PQRS Feedback Reports will no longer be available
|January 1, 2019||First QPP Payment Adjustment for PY1 begins on all Medicare Part B reimbursements|
|January 2, 2019||Start of QPP Year 3 Performance Period|
|February 1, 2019||Mingle Priority Registration Deadline*|
|March 1, 2019||MIPS 2018 Claims Submission Deadline (only for EC’s submitting through claims)|
|*CMS has extended the submission deadline*
Mingle Registry Reporting
Deadline for ALL 2018 submissions
|July 2019||QPP Program Year 2 Feedback Reports Available|
*It’s important to register with Mingle as soon as possible to guarantee your submission success.
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