These measures are available for individuals, groups, and virtual groups
What is a QCDR?
CMS-approved Qualified Clinical Data Registries, or QCDRs for short, collect medical and/or clinical data to track patients and disease. Each QCDR usually gives customized instructions about how to submit data. For MIPS, eligible clinicians who choose this option have to participate with a QCDR that we’ve approved.
The American Optometric Association’s registry, AOA MORE, represents a CMS-approved QCDR. Visit aoa.org/MORE to learn more about the benefits of AOA MORE and how registries are being used in health care.
Clinicians reporting via qualified clinical data registry (QCDR) do not need to select the measures they will report throughout the year as Medicare Part B claims-based reporters do. Instead, the measures that the QCDR tracks will be the measures reported.