6. I am part of a multispecialty practice, does everyone in the practice have to report on the same measures? In a multi-specialty practice, you are not required to submit broadly-applicable measures that apply to all the specialists within your group. You can select measures which apply to some specialists but not others. However, it will be important to note that the same aggregate score will apply across the practice to all eligible clinicians regardless of the measures reported (and the specialists who report them). Alternatively, if you are part of a multispecialty group, you do not have to report as a group, you can each report individually. If you select the individual participation option then you can report the measures that are applicable to your specialty. However, if you are a group of 25 or more who is participating using the CMS Web Interface, then you will all report on the same set of measures. 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.