The Northern New England Practice Transformation Network (NNEPTN) has partnered with Mingle Health to launch a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) for clinicians and practices throughout New England.
The NNEPTN, led by Maine Quality Counts in collaboration with the New Hampshire Citizens Health Initiative at the University of New Hampshire Institute for Health Policy and Practice, and Vermont Program for Quality in Healthcare, Inc., is funded through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative to provide technical assistance to support you, your practice, and your consumers in the transition to value-based payment.
The Network will support clinicians and practices to improve the health of their patients; improve the health of their practice teams; and, improve the financial health of their practices. The QCDR will provide customized quality reporting tools to network members powered by Mingle Health’ quality reporting expertise. Participants will also have no-cost access to PQRS Solutions™ by Mingle Health, a CMS-qualified registry since 2012, trusted by more than 32,000 providers and a submission success rate greater than 99%.
Please contact the Northern New England Practice Transformation Network to determine if you and your practice are eligible to participate.
About Mingle Health
Mingle Health has established itself as an industry leader in Medicare quality reporting‘ but that’s just part of the story. Mingle’s expert team is focused on devising data-driven solutions to help clients improve care and lower costs, and ultimately transform practice operations to increase the joy and profitability in the practice of medicine. We welcome partnerships with other groups who would like to develop measures to improve care of patients while satisfying Medicare quality reporting programs.
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