Through the use of the Alpha II Registry, we are providing the technology and support you need to meet all performance reporting requirements and achieve maximum MIPS reimbursement.
You have the potential to earn MIPS Incentive WITHOUT an EHR!
With the complicated task of navigating the CMS Quality Payment Program guidelines, we’ve found that it’s important to partner with a registry you can trust. Now available through MediSYS, the easy-to-use Alpha II Registry was designed to enable all clinicians to effectively transition to value-based care, while turning complexity into simplicity.
Let’s break it down. The Alpha II Registry is:
- Qualified by CMS
Our CMS-qualified registry reports Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) data on behalf of physicians and physician practices using the Eligible Professional (EP) option and Group Practice Reporting Option (GPRO) through a platform of data collection, editing and submission services.
The Alpha II Registry helps navigate your path to reporting for all three (3) MIPS Performance Categories:
- Quality — ALL quality metrics, ALL specialty types and ALL practice sizes;
- Total Promoting Interoperability (PI) scoring based on Base + Performance + Bonus; and
- Full attestations for Improvement Activities, such as care coordination, beneficiary engagement and patient safety.
The Alpha II Registry is a secure, integrated, web-based solution that allows users to select their own path and level of QPP participation. From comprehensive versions: MIPS Complete and MIPS Choice, to more streamlined possibilities: MIPS Classic and MIPS Core, Alpha II offers Registry options for every level of participation and budget.
- Backed by Industry Experience
For more than 30 years, Alpha II has been on the forefront of healthcare rules and regulations – gathering, analyzing, and interpreting healthcare coding and billing to help clinicians remain compliant and avoid negative payment adjustments from CMS.
Our registry is one of the first organizations to achieve full accreditation with the Data Registry Accreditation Program (DRAP) from the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC). EHNAC’s DRAP establishes a trust framework between stakeholders to ensure a common level of system functionality across the industry.