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Reg-ent℠ MIPS 2018 Reporting - Quality Measures

Reg-ent℠ MIPS 2018 Reporting - Quality Measures

Reg-ent participants have access to various quality measures for MIPS 2018 reporting. The Reg-ent dashboard allows participants to track performance for each of the measures and benchmark against peers in Reg-ent. Reg-ent and FIGmd staff will work with participants through quality measures mapping and measures selection prior to the MIPS submission to CMS. 

Reg-ent's 2018 QCDR designation includes approval of otolaryngology-specific measures developed by and for our members. These otolaryngology-head and neck surgery specific measures are available only to Reg-ent participants and can be used for MIPS 2018 reporting. View the list of Reg-ent MIPS 2018 QCDR measures below.

QCDR Measures

Otitis Media with Effusion 

Cerumen Impaction

Allergic Rhinitis

Age-related Hearing Loss

Bell's Palsy

Tympanostomy Tubes 

QPP Measures

In addition to the QCDR measures, Reg-ent also offers QPP measures for MIPS 2018 reporting. See below for the list of QPP measures available in Reg-ent. 

Acute Otitis Externa

Adult Sinusitis

Asthma

Falls

Medication

Opioid Therapy

Otitis Media with Effusion 

Perioperative Care

Preventive Care & Screening

Respiratory Diseases

Sleep Apnea

Surgery

Other

Measures for Validation/Gap Analysis Only

Age-Related Hearing Loss

  • Screening for Hearing Loss for Older Adults (Paired with Measure: Audiometric Evaluation for Older Adults with Hearing Loss)

Cerumen Management

  • Percentage of Patients with Cerumen Impaction Who Receive Treatment with At Least One Appropriate Intervention

Hoarseness

  • Postoperative Laryngeal Examination for Dysphonia

Tonsillectomy

  • Tonsillectomy: Primary Post-Tonsillectomy Hemorrhage in Children
  • Tonsillectomy: Primary Post-Tonsillectomy Hemorrhage in Adults
  • Tonsillectomy: Secondary Post-Tonsillectomy Hemorrhage in Children
  • Tonsillectomy: Secondary Post-Tonsillectomy Hemorrhage in Adults

*Denotes an outcome measure
+Denotes a high priority measure