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2010 PQRI changes

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    Talking 2010 PQRI changes
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    I just pulled up the info on PQRI for next year and got very happy. For group measures they have removed the consecutive requirement and replaced it with unique! So I am taking this to mean as long as we have 30 different patients that we report the group measures on during the Jan 1-Dec 31, 2010 reporting period we are good to go!

    So I am posting this to confirm I should be happy. If anyone has info that contradicts this please post it.


    Laura, CPC, CEMC

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    Question 2010 PQRI changes
    I took it to be the same. This year will be the first year that we are reporting measure groups. We are thinking about capturing the 80% of the patients. Is there an easy way to capture everything???

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