4. What are specialty measure sets? Reporting a specialty-specific measure set may be the least burdensome option if an applicable specialty-specific measure set exists. There are 46 specialty measure sets available for 2020 reporting If the measure set contains more than 6 measures, you are only required to report on 6 total measures (at least one of which must be an outcome or high-priority measure). If the measure set contains less than 6 measures, then you are only required to report on applicable measures. For example, a measure set may only have 4 measures, and only 3 of those 4 measures are applicable to your practice, then you are only required to report those 3 measures. Additional details on these specialty-specific measure sets are available on PAI’s QPP Resource Center, CMS QPP Resource Library, and the CMS QPP Quality page. Pages MIPS Quality1. I previously used several “G-codes” for claims reporting for PQRS, should I use the exact same codes for MIPS?2. Can I use the same G-codes for claims reporting in 2020 as I did for 2019 reporting?3. How many measures am I required to report?4. What are specialty measure sets?5. What if there are no applicable measures?6. I am part of a multispecialty practice, does everyone in the practice have to report on the same measures? Comments are closed.