Program Year 2014 Quality Reporting Document Architecture (QRDA) III Submission Errors with Incorrect Program Name
Submission of quality reporting data for Program Year 2014 began on January 1, 2015. A number of organizations have submitted Program Year 2014 QRDA III files with the incorrect CMS Program Name extension within the information Recipient data element. The information Recipient represents the CMS Eligible Professional (EP) program to which the report is being submitted. You must select the Program Name that correctly applies to your submission in order to ensure that CMS properly analyzes your quality reporting data.
Valid CMS Program Names are identified in the table below and can be found in the 2014 QRDA III Implementation Guides for Eligible Professionals Clinical Quality Measures, Volume 2, Section 1.1.4. Your QRDA 3 submission file must indicate the correct Program Name in order to receive credit for the specific program to which you intended to report.
Value Set: CMS Program Name 2.16.840.1.113822.214.171.124.101
Specifies the CMS Program for QRDA-III report submissions.
|Code||Code System||Code System OID||Print Name|
|PQRS_MU_INDIVIDUAL||CMS Program||2.16.840.1.1138126.96.36.199||PQRS Meaningful Use Individual|
|PQRS_MU_GROUP||CMS Program||2.16.840.1.1138188.8.131.52||PQRS Meaningful Use Group|
|MU_ONLY||CMS Program||2.16.840.1.1138184.108.40.206||Meaningful Use Only|
Failure to submit your QRDA III files with the correct Program Name listed in the informationRecipient data element of your file may result in a negative payment adjustment for Program Year 2014.
For more information about the QRDA III reporting, please refer to the 2014 QRDA III Implementation Guides for Eligible Professionals Clinical Quality Measures.
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