Home Health Clinicians who qualify for MIPS must submit their data for 2022.

Clinicians who qualify for MIPS must submit their data for 2022.


Clinicians who took part in the 2022 performance period of the Quality Payment Program and are eligible for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) have until next month to submit their data. The deadline for data submission and updates is March 31, 2023, at 8:00 p.m. EDT.

Please be aware that the deadline for ACOs, pre-registered groups, and virtual groups to submit data through the CMS Web Interface is March 31, 2023, at 8:00 p.m. EDT. Throughout the 2022 performance period, quality measurements reported via Medicare Part B claims have been submitted. Log in to qpp.cms.gov to provide your preliminary comments on Part B claims measure data that has already been processed. After the submission period closes, we’ll update this feedback with any claims that your Medicare Administrative Contractor processes within the allotted 60 days.

Providing Your 2022 MIPS Data: How to Do It

The actions listed below should be followed by clinicians to submit their data:

the webpage for the Quality Payment Program

Log in using your QPP access information (see below for directions)

Submit your MIPS data for the 2022 performance period or check the information that a third party has reported on your behalf.

How to Log Into the Data Submission System for the Quality Payment Program.

Clinicians must sign up in the HCQIS Authorization Roles and Profile (HARP) system in order to log in and submit data. Clinicians who require assistance with HARP enrollment may consult the QPP Access User Guide.

Note: The QPP Participation Status Lookup Tool can be used by clinicians who are unsure of their eligibility to participate in the Quality Payment Program to determine their current eligibility status. Before submitting data, clinics and organisations that are qualified for opt-in must make an election. (Those who don’t want to take part in MIPS don’t need to vote.)

Support for Small, Underserved, and Rural Practices.

Clinicians in small practises (especially those in rural areas), areas with a shortage of healthcare professionals, and regions with poor access to medical care may request technical assistance from groups that can offer free support. Visit our Small, Underserved, and Rural Practices page on the Quality Payment Program website to find out more about this assistance or to get in touch with your neighbourhood technical assistance provider.

Additional Information.

Please read the 2022 Data Submission FAQs and other resources in the QPP Resource Library for further information on how to submit data.

Watch our demonstration films for data submission:

  • the 2019 Data Submission.
  •  File Upload and Quality Scoring Manual’s introduction.
  •  General overview Manual for Attesting Improvement Activities.
  •  Attestation of Interoperability Promotional Measures.

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