NRDR Participation Fee Schedule

There is a one-time facility registration fee of $500 (not including NOPR) plus an annual fee based on the number of radiologists practicing at a facility and the number of sites included in a facility.


Note: Due to NOPR’s separate function as part of the CMS reimbursement process, the registration procedure for NOPR is independent of the registration procedure for NRDR. Submit registrations for NOPR separately from NRDR. Fees for participating in NRDR do not include NOPR participation. Registrations for NOPR may be submitted using the PET Facility Pre-Registration Form


Because DIR and GRID cover an entire practice, participation in them gives free access to other NRDR registries and all physicians are included in the headcount for registration fees. 


A practice may also register in an individual registry other than DIR or GRID, which may result in a lower annual fee. For CTC, IR, LCSR, and NMD, the fee is calculated based on the number of physicians performing the activity relevant to the registry. Fee waivers are available for BICOE and DICOE facilities.


NRDR Annual Participation Fees for CTC, DIR, GRID, IR, LCSR, and NMD
Effective January 1, 2015

       

Number of Radiologists

Number of Distinct Sites or Locations

1 – 5 

6 – 15

16 – 25

26 – 35

36 – 45

46 – 55

> 55

1 – 5

$500

$1,000

$2,500

$4,000

$5,500

$7,000

$8,500

6 – 15

$750

$1,250

$2,750

$4,250

$5,750

$7,250

$8,750

16 – 25

$1,000

$1,500

$3,000

$4,500

$6,000

$7,500

$9,000

26 – 35

$1,250

$1,750

$3,250

$4,750

$6,250

$7,750

$9,250

36 – 45

$1,500

$2,000

$3,500

$5,000

$6,500

$8,000

$9,500

46 – 55

$1,750

$2,250

$3,750

$5,250

$6,750

$8,250

$9,750

> 55

$2,000

$2,500

$4,000

$5,500

$7,000

$8,500

$10,000



MIPS Participation Fees

Fees for MIPS reporting are in addition to NRDR registration fees. Consult MIPS Reporting Fees for details. 



Payment

Registration and participation fees may be paid by credit card or check. Payment is due when you start submitting data. 



What is a facility in NRDR?

A facility is a physical location where a patient receives an imaging exam. This definition includes hospitals, out-patient clinics, free-standing centers, academic sites or other locations where imaging exams are performed.



How do we register if we practice at many locations?

If you have many facilities that would like to register as a group, use the multi-center registration process. Register once as a Master facility to create an umbrella account where you can receive and pay invoices, receive combined reports across all locations, and coordinate legal agreements, and then complete a facility registration for each physical location (the one-time registration fee applies only to the Master facility). To complete your Master-Child registration in one sitting have a list of each of your facilities’ names, addresses, and phone numbers nearby as a quick reference. The facility’s NPI number is needed only if you plan to join the Lung Cancer Screening Registry (LCSR) otherwise it is not needed during the registration process.


Note: Radiology groups can register and submit data to the NRDR; radiology groups do not have to be the owner of a facility to take part.


Please contact the NRDR Help Desk if you have any questions.




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