Last Week to Submit 2018 MIPs Data

The data submission deadline for Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) eligible clinicians who participated in Year 2 (2018) of the Quality Payment Program is one week away. Data can be submitted and updated any time until 8:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, April 2.

If you are working with a third-party intermediary to submit data on your behalf, we encourage you to sign in to the Quality Payment Program website during the submission period and review the submission for accuracy. Data cannot be resubmitted after the submission period closes. How to Sign-in to the Quality Payment Program Data Submission System to View or Submit Data. To sign in to qpp.cms.gov and submit data (or view data submitted on your behalf), you need:

  • An account (user ID and password)
  • Access to your organization

If you’ve signed in to qpp.cms.gov before or have an account with one of the PV/PQRS roles that lets you submit QPP data, you can use those credentials (user ID and password) to sign in at https://qpp.cms.gov/login.If you have never signed in to qpp.cms.gov before, or don’t have an account with one of the PV/PQRS roles that lets you submit QPP data, you’ll need to create an account before you can sign in. Review the QPP Access User Guide and click Register on the sign in page so you can sign in to submit, or view, data.

Note: Clinicians who are not sure if they are eligible to participate in the Quality Payment Program can check their eligibility status using the QPP Participation Status Tool.

To learn more about how to submit data, please review the 2018 MIPS data submission FAQs, User Guide and video series available in the .

If you have questions about how to submit your 2018 MIPS data, contact:

  • The Quality Payment Program by phone: (866) 288-8292/TTY: (877) 715-6222; or email: QPP@cms.hhs.gov.
  • Your local technical assistance organization

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