Quality Payment Programs
Traditional MIPS is the original framework available to MIPS eligible clinicians for collecting and reporting data to MIPS. The quality performance category measures health care processes, outcomes, and patient experiences of their care.
Requirements may change each Performance Year due to policy changes.
The US Wound & Podiatry Registries have already developed Wound Care-specific IAs (below) which can only be reported through us. These IAs were created based on the new evidence-based, clinical-practice guidelines for diabetic foot management jointly sponsored by the Society for Vascular Surgery and the American Podiatric Medical Association. The document covers 5 areas: diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) prevention, offloading, osteomyelitis diagnosis, wound care, and peripheral arterial disease.
Below are the IAs that CMS approved from the US Wound & Podiatry Registries.