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Use the participation tool to look up you eligibility status: https://qpp.cms.gov/participation-lookup
MIPS Eligibility as an Individual
In order to be eligible as an individual clinician, the practitioner must:
If you are eligible as an individual, you are required to report.
MIPS Eligible as a Group
In order to be eligible as a group, the group members must:
If you’re MIPS eligible in your group, you’ll receive a score and payment adjustment based on group reporting when the group reports.
MIPS Eligible Clinician Types
An individual clinician must participate in MIPS as an individual or group if, in both 12-month segments of the determination period, the clinician:
Determination Period for 2020
Eligible clinicians will be required to participate in MIPS if they meet the Low-Volume Threshold in both determination segments.
October 1, 2018 – September 31, 2019
October 1, 2019 – September 31, 2020