The 2023 MIPS reporting deadline is April 1, 2024. 

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MIPSpro Qualified Registry & QCDR for
MIPS Value Pathways (MVPs)

The next phase of MIPS reporting is here.

MIPS Value Pathways are available in 2023 as a new reporting option to fulfill MIPS reporting requirements. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) created MVPs "to simplify MIPS clinician experience, improve value, reduce burden, and better inform patient choice in selecting clinicians."  MIPSpro Qualified Registry & QCDR for MIPS Value Pathways optimizes your MIPS score, and drives higher Medicare reimbursements by leveraging reporting "pathways" that are more relevant to your specialty or practice.

MIPS Value Pathways

MVPs consist of 12 pathways that best match a medical 
specialty, medical condition, or episode of care.

Explore the MIPS Value Pathways

Delve into a pathway by clicking on an MVP ID below:

Adopting Best Practices and Promoting Patient Safety within Emergency Medicine

Advancing Cancer Care

Advancing Care for Heart Disease

Advancing Rheumatology Patient Care

Coordinating Stroke Care to Promote Prevention
and Cultivate Positive Outcomes

Improving Care for Lower Extremity Joint Repair

Optimal Care for Kidney Health

Optimal Care for Patients with Episodic
Neurological Conditions

Optimizing Chronic Disease Management

Patient Safety and Support of Positive
Experiences with Anesthesia 

Promoting Wellness

Supportive Care for Neurodegenerative Conditions

What makes MIPSpro the most trusted solution for MIPS and MVP reporting?
MIPSpro Qualified Registry and QCDR has been supporting clinicians' CMS quality reporting, performance improvement, and population health management since 2009. Our years of experience have made us the most
user-centric MIPS reporting solution available, incorporating complex rules into a simplified interface that removes the need to worry about the shifting landscape of CMS policy.  Focus on patient health and improvement instead of data gathering and reporting.

Are MVPs right for you?


Who can report?

Individual clinicians, single specialty groups, multi-specialty groups, subgroups and APM entities

Why report MVPs in 2023?

MVPs enable you to fulfill MIPS reporting requirements by leveraging  reporting "pathways" that are more relevant to your specialty or practice. Each option includes a subset of measures and activities specific to a disease or specialty.

Additionally, starting now provides your organization the opportunity to become familiar with  reporting MVPs and start preparing for any workflow changes that may be needed for your practice.

How can your organization prepare for MVP reporting?

Determine which MVPs have 4 quality measures in which you can participate. Each MVP has a limited number of measures so while reporting 4 is easier than 6, you need to be careful about which MVP you choose

Determine if you want to report on an MVP as a whole or if you want to split into sub-groups. Each option comes with its own complications and benefits, and not every group will come up with the same approach

Look at the Cost measures for which your organization will be qualified and understand whether that drives you away or towards an MVP. Understand the impact on the staff, if any, to determine if you need to  change what measures they are tracking throughout the year.

Should you report MIPS and MVPs?

Since CMS will allow you to report an MVP, as well as another reporting framework such as traditional MIPS or the APM Performance Pathway (APP), we recommend that organizations take this option, since CMS will take the highest of your two scores.

Are MVPs replacing MIPS?

CMS will eventually sunset Traditional MIPS, replacing it with MVPs as a mandatory reporting framework. 

How can your organization register to report in an MVP?

You must register with CMS for an MVP  between April 3rd and November 30th. 

  • You will need to register for your MVP of choice, the population health measure, and any outcomes-based claims measure needed 
  • You will also need to register sub-groups and the participants at this time 

Check out CMS's 2023 MVP implementation guide here.

Contact us to register with MIPSpro to track and report your MVP.

Begin your MVP journey today.