Physical Therapy and PQRS in 2016: How To Report Successfully (Nov 19)
Physical Therapists who bill Medicare for outpatient physical therapy services in private practice settings (using the 1500 claim form or 837-P) must participate successfully in the physician quality reporting system (PQRS) in 2016 in order to avoid a 2% reduction in payment from Medicare in 2018. Starting in 2019 CMS will implement a new quality reporting system, the merit-based incentive system (MIPS).
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- Explain the purpose of the PQRS program and its relationship between reporting and payment.
- Identify the quality measures for 2016 that apply to physical therapists in private practice settings.
- Describe the successful reporting requirements for 2016, and identify common mistakes associated with unsuccessful reporting by physical therapists.
- Identify the changes to practice operations you need to make in order to participate successfully in the PQRS program in 2016.
- Recognize the basics of the new MIPS program.
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