Did you know you only need to report one quality measure on one patient in 2017 to avoid the MIPS penalty for 2019 entirely?

The MIPS reporting program, which replaces PQRS and Meaningful Use in 2017, only requires you to report one quality measure on one patient for 2017, and this will keep you from getting the 4% penalty in 2019.

The AAD strongly recommends you report one measure on at least 20 patients as an insurance policy in the event of submission issues or inaccuracies.

You can report via claims, EHR or through the Academy’s registry DataDerm. CMS has stated registries like DataDerm are a more reliable reporting method than claims.

Please see the Academy's MACRA Resource Center for more information.