Emergency & Acute Care Clinical Registry (EACCR) 

in collaboration with Healthmonix

Improve Your MIPS Score by 17 Points or More!

Optimized emergency medicine & acute care QCDR measures for EM physicians & hospitalists that help you thrive in the future of value-based care


Drive Performance of MIPS Reporting and Tracking

The Emergency & Acute Care Clinical Registry (EACCR) in collaboration with Healthmonix has been developed to address the specific needs of emergency medicine physicians and hospitalists. This QCDR enables hospital-based clinicians to focus on Quality and Improvement Activities directly related to the best care management for their patients. With a team of practicing physicians driving and supporting the registry, we offer not only complete MIPS reporting from one of the most trusted registries in the country, but also focused support for clinicians. Although Medicare quality reporting is complicated, the EACCR powered by MIPSpro®, simplifies the reporting process. Get started with reporting today to ensure your success and maximize your reimbursement!

Understand the Benefits of the EACCR

  • Most relevant Quality measures for emergency medicine
            physicians and hospitalists
  • Best opportunity for achieving exceptional performance
  • Streamlined integrations with your EHRs to minimize tracking
            and reporting efforts
  • Benchmarking against others in your specialty
  • Reduced penalties and increased incentives in the MIPS program

The EACCR also integrates with the only MIPS COST metric tracking program in the country. The majority of the MIPS COST measures are linked to emergency medicine and hospital care.

Learn About Our QCDR Measures

Healthmonix provides an optimized set of emergency medicine and acute care QCDR quality specialty measures, in addition to all the MIPS CQMs, eCQMs, and Improvement Activities approved by CMS that specifically focus on the primary outcomes of emergency medicine physicians and hospitalists. Check out our EACCR measures here.

Leverage More Than Just Software

Emergency medicine physicians and hospitalists, through our QCDR measures, have the ability to utilize evidence-based, patient-reported outcomes to participate in the MIPS program.  We’ve provided robust, meaningful measures, that have been approved by CMS, as an alternative to the less-relevant measures provided in the standard MIPS quality measure list. We help you understand these measures, feed the data from your current systems to not only help you benefit you from a MIPS financial standpoint, but also enable you to identify and address gaps in your practice. If you have no care gaps, your high standards of care are validated. Reduce your administrative burden of tracking measures that are indirectly associated with your scope of care, gain a higher score for the great practice that you are already performing, and leave more time to focus on your patients. Why not turn quality care into your competitive advantage?

Experience You Can Trust 

Powered by Healthmonix, MIPSpro® is a qualified MIPS registry and QCDR, and has been a CMS qualified MIPS registry since 2009. Report MIPS through the EACCR with confidence knowing MIPSpro validates your data using the most up-to-date reporting requirements and years of experience. Data integration with virtually all EHRs is made easy through a variety of integration options. Our unparalleled 100% success rate, industry leading solutions, and world-class support have placed Healthmonix as one of the largest CMS qualified registries in the U.S.

MIPSpro is the only registry that tracks Quality, PI, IA, and Cost.

Our experts review each submission for costly mistakes based on the latest rulings from CMS. Our proprietary engine provides seamless, optimized submission and scoring.

Get quick, easy to understand answers to 
all of your MIPS questions from our expert, highly-rated support team.

Quality measures are available during each performance year for year-round reporting. 
Our proprietary algorithm selects measures to target and report for the optimal score.

Reporting  from one or multiple EMRs is easy through flexible data integration options. Manual entry is not required.