The ABFM has just announced that it is offering the PRIME Registry FREE to the first 2,000 board-certified family physicians who sign up! One major advantage of this offer is that you can also report for MIPS for free through PRIME—though physicians must sign up before July 31, 2017 to be ready to report for the 2017 MIPS performance period (the ABFM will continue to enroll Diplomates for free until the 2,000 slots are exhausted).
Even if you miss the MIPS advantage deadline, family physicians and their primary care colleagues and mid-level providers as well can benefit from PRIME. The PRIME Registry is currently helping nearly 3,000 primary care clinicians get data out of their EHRs to view any performance gaps and reduce reporting burden. In fact, more than 1,100 clinicians used PRIME to report for PQRS this year! Additionally, many have been able to use the PRIME registry to identify gaps in care at the individual patient level. PRIME is also supporting hundreds of family physicians in reporting data for several federal practice transformation demonstrations including TCPI and CPC Plus.
Already enrolled in the PRIME Registry? Great news! The ABFM is also offering three additional free years to any Family Medicine Diplomates who have already signed up. And after the initial three years, PRIME cost is only $295/Diplomate/year. For all other family physicians, primary care colleagues, and mid-level providers, the cost is only $360/clinician/year.
For more information or to take advantage of this offer visit: www.primenavigator.org or call 888-995-5700