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QOPI QCDR

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See the full list of 2018 quality measures for the QOPI Reporting Registry!

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Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®) Reporting Registry brought to you by ASCO and ASTRO is now available! This Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) supports continuous quality improvement that meets federal quality programs. Physicians and groups can utilize the QCDR to meet the new Medicare Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) program. Eligible clinicians are required to participate to avoid a negative payment adjustment.

For detailed information about the MIPS program, review the Quality Payment Program section of our website.

The QOPI Reporting Registry is a beneficial tool that drives quality improvement without adding burden to practices. FIGmd, the experienced technology firm supporting the QCDR, developed a process to extract data from electronic health records (EHR). QOPI Reporting Registry also offers a manual data entry option. Patient data is protected in compliance with HIPPA and federal regulations. By aggregating data, sometimes from multiple EHRs, practices can monitor performance over time, compare to benchmark data, and identify gaps for improvement while satisfying federal requirements. With the QCDR designation from CMS, the QOPI Reporting Registry can create additional quality measures not currently available in federal reporting programs and therefore offers more flexibility than qualified registries. The QCDR supports all MIPS performance categories.

For questions about the QOPI Reporting Regsitry, email ASTRO's QCDR team. Also, please also take advantage of our QOPI Reporting Registry educational tools:

Registration
Quality Data Extraction and Input
Quality Measures - 2018
Quality Measures - 2017

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