It’s time to prepare for 2018 MIPS reporting via the Rheumatology Informatics System for Effectiveness (RISE) registry, and the ACR is here to help. To ensure you’re ready to submit your data to the CMS, RISE users should take the following steps:
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- Complete the survey to notify the ACR of your intent to report via the RISE registry;
- Log in to the dashboard to check your data and NPI/TIN entry; and
- Sign the data release consent form.
The deadline to complete the intent to report is Nov. 16, 2018. Quality measure data are automatically populated in RISE for submission. As a reminder, all providers must manually enter the Promoting Interoperability and Improvement Activities into the dashboard. You should also be sure to review your data for accuracy and completeness. If any inaccuracies exist, contact email@example.com immediately.
The CMS requires registry participants sign a data release consent form (DCRF) annually to allow the registry to submit on their behalf for quality reporting. The DRCF will be located within the RISE dashboard and must be signed so RISE can submit your data. If the DRCF is not signed, data cannot be submitted to the CMS. We will notify users as soon as the DRCF is available for signing inside the dashboard. The 2018 reporting period opens Jan. 2, 2019.
Contact ACR staff with any questions or concerns at RISE@rheumatology.org.