Group Reporting vs. Individual Reporting?

ReportingMD can help you decide which method of reporting works better for your practice.

Individual reporting happens when a provider or group of providers reports for pay-for-performance programs at an individual level. The providers would report all eligible events that they billed for according to the measure specifications. For example, for measures that are once per patient per reporting period, if a patient saw 5 different clinicians at a practice, each of the 5 clinicians would need to report on that patient.

Group reporting occurs when a group of clinicians report at the Tax ID Number (TIN) level. In the case of once per patient per reporting period measures, even if a patient saw 5 difference clinicians at a practice, that patient would only be reported once when reporting at the group aggregated level.

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