A QCDR collates data that can be utilized for fulfilling Merit-Based Incentive Payment Plan (MIPS), which is one of the two CMS Quality Payment Program (QPP) tracks.
QCDRs were developed for clinicians to create specialty-specific measures (E.g. ACEP measures), to measure quality performance processes and outcomes (QPP measures), to promote interoperability, and to reduce reporting burden.
QCDR Specified Measures
A QCDR measure is a registry specific metric created to fulfill group, ED, and individual quality outcomes
A QCDR measure is not a replica of measures in the annual MIPS Measures list published by CMS.
QCDR measures are approved each year by CMS after being self-nominated by the QCDR vendor.
CEDR AS A QCDR
Learn more About CEDR as a QCDR
CEDR is a QCDR developed by the American College of Emergency Physicians for Emergency Physicians.
CEDR collects clinical and/ or billing data for groups and individual MIPS eligible and non-eligible clinicians, research groups, and academic institutions.
CEDR as a QCDR can be utilized to electronically submit Quality Performance data, Promoting Interoperability (PI) data , and Improvement activities (IA) directly to CMS.
Specialty-specific versus CMS Only measures
Collate and transfer CMS developed measures and specialty-specific measures that can influence strategic care coordination and Medicare Part B reimbursement.
Collates and transfers CMS only developed measures that can influence strategic care coordination and Medicare Part B reimbursement.
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