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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. Whether you are a solo or group practitioner in private practice or if you are employed by a large academic medical system or health system, the Reg-ent registry has many benefits and services to offer.  

For the third consecutive year, Reg-ent has been designated by CMS as both a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) and a Qualified Registry (QR), allowing Reg-ent to support MIPS 2018 reporting. View more information as well as the new MIPS 2018 QCDR measures here

As we prepare to support our members with their MIPS 2018 reporting, we continue to support Reg-ent participants who have elected to report MIPS 2017 through the registry. MIPS 2017 reporting resources can be found here

As noted above, there are many benefits of Reg-ent participation in addition to MIPS reporting and, as such, we support all our participants with providing their data to the registry and growing the data repository for research and quality improvement purposes. If you are not yet participating in Reg-ent, we invite you to learn more here and consider joining today

Interview with Richard M. Rosenfeld, MD, MPH, on Measures Development

Interview with Reg-ent Practice Leaders: Louise Eddy, Robert Glazer, Kevin Watson