FIGmd is a leading Registry operator in the United States and handles submission and reporting requirements for over 77,000 providers.
Polaris, a FIGmd hosted registry, offers a simplified and innovative approach for MIPS reporting.
Polaris is a CMS-approved Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) in collaboration with the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and a Qualified Registry (QR). Polaris operates on cutting-edge 2015 ONC HIT certified platform and caters to solo and multi-specialty practices.
Polaris offers end-to-end data integration with over 150 EHR vendors as well as a comprehensive and user-friendly intuitive dashboard.
Providers and practices participating in MIPS through Polaris can avail the following benefits:
- Report on all 3 MIPS categories (Quality, Promoting Interoperability (PI), and Improvement Activities (IA))
- Being a part of Polaris, one can report “Clinical Data Registry Reporting” measure in PI Category
- Qualify for various improvement activities
- Eligible providers and practices can choose from a variety of plans to participate in as an individual, or as part of a group or a virtual group
Please see below, if we have already integrated with your EHR.
2022 MIPS Reporting Categories
Contributes to 30% of MIPS final score. 70% data completeness criteria is required. Full-year i.e., 12-month performance period is considered.
Contributes to 25% of MIPS final score. Eligible Providers can use 2015 Edition CEHRT. Performance period of minimum 90 continuous days is considered.
Contributes to 15% of MIPS final score. Includes Medium or High weight activities. Performance period of minimum 90 continuous days is considered.
Contributes to 30% of MIPS final score. No submission required. Full-year i.e.,12-month performance period is considered.