4. What are the price ranges if I decide to use a 3rd party vendor to report data on my behalf for each MIPS category? Each vendor sets their own fees for each MIPS category that will range from no or low cost to thousands of dollars depending on whether you choose to report individually or as a group. If you plan to use a vendor, inquire about their base fees, cost per category, add-on costs, and all the potential hidden fees up front. As well as, terms and conditions, and what the vendor’s policy is if they fail to accurately collect and submit data on your behalf to CMS. Pages MIPS Reporting1. What if I don’t have an electronic health record2. Is it possible for those practices without CEHRT to apply for a hardship exemption?3. My CEHRT vendor said I have to submit all MIPS data through its product and pay additional fees to submit data for each MIPS category too. Is this true?4. What are the price ranges if I decide to use a 3rd party vendor to report data on my behalf for each MIPS category?5. If I use a 3rd party vendor, does CMS guarantee that all MIPS-related vendors will be successful in submitting data to MIPS? 6. Will a 3rd party vendor reimburse my fees for errors committed by its product (registry, QCDR, EHR, other)? What about lost Medicare Part B revenue resulting from a MIPS payment penalty?7. What are no/low cost ways to report data for each MIPS category?8. When is the earliest an eligible clinician can report, and does the answer change depending on category they elect?9. What is the difference between a qualified registry and a qualified clinical data registry?10. Can I report data for the different categories using different reporting mechanisms? Comments are closed.