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MIPS Quality Measures
Quality measures are reported for points toward an overall score. The measures available to a PT or OT will be determined by the method of submitting data—claims or vendor. To earn a score in 2020, PTs and OTs who use a vendor will need to report on at least 6 quality measures.
Measure 131: Pain Assessment and Follow-Up (Removed 2020)