More than 900 providers across the U.S. are connected to RISE. It is currently offered for free to ACR/ARHP members, thanks in part to support from Amgen Inc. “As the founding sponsor of the RISE registry, we are proud to help the ACR improve patient outcomes, advance research and advocate on behalf of the rheumatology community,” says James Chung, MD, PhD, executive medical director at Amgen. “RISE is an important resource for doctors and helps answer real-world questions regarding patient care. We are thrilled to be engaged in advancing these insights and capabilities.”
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MIPS reporting requirements will be changing for the 2018 reporting year. The ACR has begun work preparing the RISE Registry and its participants for the changes. To learn more about the RISE Registry and the 2018 MIPS reporting requirements, visit RISEregistry.org or contact ACR staff at RISE@rheumatology.org.