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Data is a critical component in today’s ever-changing healthcare environment. The Reg-ent registry harnesses the power of data to guide the best ENT care. Reg-ent, focused on quality improvement and patient outcomes, is an essential tool that will advance outcomes in the specialty. It will serve as the foundation for Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) reporting, measures development, research, and contribute to members meeting Maintenance of Certification requirements.

Reg-ent received both Qualified Registry (QR) and Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) designations from CMS for 2017 and many members will in turn be using Reg-ent to report all required MIPS 2017 categories, including Quality Measures, Advancing Care Information (ACI), and Improvement Activities (IA). All Reg-ent participants will also benefit from research being conducted to demonstrate the quality, safety, and efficacy of otolaryngology care.

View Academy resources on MIPS as well as the QPP website to learn more.

The Foundation recognizes that many of our members have paper-based practices or did not join Reg-ent by the MIPS 2017 reporting deadline (July 15, 2017). To support our members, Reg-ent offers the web entry tool for the Quality Performance reporting category for MIPS 2017. Visit the Reg-ent Web Entry Tool page to learn more and sign your contract with Reg-ent by December 31, 2017!

Reg-ent Practice Leaders Interview