— In the midst of ever-changing federal data requirements, health care reporting company Physician Compass is helping more and more providers navigate the reporting landscape and continues to grow its success in the market. The organization, founded by the Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality and the Wisconsin Hospital Association, recently announced two new hires, additional customers, and a reporting solution to address the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ new MIPS measurement program.
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— A newly formed company founded by the Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality and the Wisconsin Hospital Association, focuses on provider reporting to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services through the Physician Quality Reporting System. Physician Compass helps providers navigate their way through PQRS reporting. CMS has set a June 30, 2015 deadline for providers to declare their intentions to report quality metrics using the group reporting option of the PQRS.
“Physician Compass will make meeting the CMS requirements easy and convenient with a proven, reliable and cost-effective technology for data submission,” said Chris Queram, WCHQ president.
Physician Compass guides providers through submission of PQRS data, so they comply with federal law and are well-positioned to improve the quality of patient care and quality for value-based payments.
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