The GRID Exam Level Report uses data submitted to the registry using the exam upload process to calculate and compare quality measures. This report was formerly called the QCDR Preview Report but has been renamed to reflect that the report contains both QCDR measures and non-QCDR measures. QCDR measures are labeled to indicate they are available to physicians who wish to use NRDR as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) or to use Non-MIPS quality measures defined by ACR and approved by CMS for MIPS participation.
These reports show statistics for each measure with available data. The following screenshot includes three tables: Decile Ranges for all Facilities in Registry, Decile Ranges for all Physicians in Registry, and CMS Decile Ranges and are now displayed at the start of each report.
The following table provides year-to-date data for the entire facility. These deciles can be traced back to the Decile Ranges for all Facilities in Registry table at the start of the report for the corresponding ranges. The lower the decile is, the longer the Turnaround Time.
Non-QCDR measures are also reported by Place of Service and by Number of Readers. Deciles are reported within parenthesis next to the TAT value. Again - the lower the decile, the longer the Turnaround Time is.
For each physician, data is also shown by their National Provider Identifier (NPI) number. Physicians associated with multiple facilities appear in separate reports for each facility.
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