• Performance Measurement for Interventional Pain Physicians

    Performance Measurement & Quality Reporting for

    Interventional Pain Physicians

National Interventional Pain Management – QCDR

The ASIPP Quality Registry and National Interventional Pain Management – Qualified Clinical Data Registry (NIPM-QCDR) arms you with meaningful data about your patients and your performance so you can improve outcomes and maximize MIPS reporting results.

Meet MACRA/MIPS Requirements

Your practice can use the NIPM-QCDR to fulfill the requirements of the CMS Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) program. Using NIPM-QCDR as your MIPS solution will make quality reporting more meaningful to your everyday practice, and help you optimize results.

Improve Performance and Outcomes

Whether or not you use the registry for MIPS reporting, you can track your outcomes over time, across various practice settings, and get confidential feedback from patients between office visits. And with patient-reported outcomes and performance tracking, you can view real-time results, such as reduction in pain or improvement in functional capacity, across patients within your own group or benchmarked against de-identified results from regional and national peers.

Support the Interventional Pain Management Specialty

The registry is available to all interventional pain physicians – not just those participating in clinical trials or MIPS. Data from these real-world outcomes will expand understanding of interventional pain management and set the stage for healthier discussions regarding healthcare policy and reimbursement.

NIPM-QCDR Webinars

To learn more about participating in the NIPM-QCDR and the IPM-specific measures available, attend or view a webinar.

Upcoming webinars

Understand and Adjust Your Performance to Improve Patient Outcomes
April 10, 2018 |  1 p.m. CT, 2 p.m. ET

Join the NIPM-QCDR team for a webinar outlining key enhancements to ASIPP’s NIPM-QCDR for 2018. The presenters will share how the registry is bringing even more utility to interventional pain management to help you and your patients confidentially and securely report real-world patient outcomes following procedures performed in an office, surgery center, or hospital. You will receive a preview of new features and reports coming to the registry – including patient-reported outcomes – that will help you understand and adjust your performance to improve patient outcomes. Plus, learn about how the NIPM-QCDR can help you easily and satisfactorily meet CMS requirements and optimize reimbursements this year.



Webinar archive

Optimizing Your CMS Reporting with ASIPP and NIPM-QCDR (August 2017)