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PsychPRO: APA's Mental Health Registry

Enroll in PsychPRO, a CMS-Qualified Clinical Data Registry for all behavioral mental health providers.

PsychPRO is APA's national mental health registry - a flexible tool that captures data to help psychiatrists and all behavioral health providers make optimal patient care decisions, further research and develop new measurements of quality.

 
 

Sign up for PsychPRO and help guide the efficacy of psychiatry.

Drive Future Research in Psychiatry
Avoid Payment Penalties
Achieve Optimal Patient Outcomes
Minimize the Burden of Data Collection

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How Can PsychPRO Help Your Practice?

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Patient Engagement

Patient engagement is enhanced with patient reported outcome measures (PROMS) as an integral part of clinical care.

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Value-Based Payment

By using a QCDR like PsychPRO, clinicians can easily transmit data to CMS and potentially obtain bonuses and avoid reimbursement penalties, which can result from nonreporting or under-reporting

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Quality Measure Development

PsychPRO is helping to develop and implement quality reporting on new MIPS measures that better reflect clinical practice in the field.

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MOC Part IV

PsychPRO gives psychiatrists a simple method of submitting Performance-in-Practice data and readily obtain ABPN Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part IV credit. Other disciplines may be eligible for CE credits.

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Documentation & Reports

PsychPRO's data collection ensures minimal impact on workflow and documentation patterns so clinicians can focus on care and not data collection.

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Clinical Effectiveness

PsychPRO is a tool for measuring, tracking and benchmarking care, at the provider, practice and system levels. Clinical effectiveness is monitored and addressed, including the impact of interventions and treatment.

Learn more about PsychPRO features and Read FAQs

Your Participation Makes a Difference

Quality Measures Initiative

APA was one of seven organizations awarded a grant from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to develop the PsychPRO Quality Measures Development Initiative and gather meaningful input from clinicians across the country. Part of the grant includes incentives to encourage physicians to focus on quality, value of care and patient health.

Additional Benefits for joining PsychPRO:

  • A small honorarium for your efforts ($500)
  • A tablet computer for easy patient online portal access to complete required assessments
  • For APA non-members, free registration for the registry
  • Acknowledgement in publications and white papers

Who can participate?

All behavioral health providers across the United States, including those in solo practices, small and large group practices, health care systems, and academic institutions.

Learn More about the Quality Measure Development Initiative

Who Can Participate

PsychPRO was developed for all behavioral mental health providers, including psychiatrists, psychologists, primary care physicians, social workers, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.

Does Medicare require you to report? Find out more at QPP.cms.gov.

What Participants Are Saying

I had actually given up on succeeding at MIPS because the undertaking seemed too onerous. PsychPRO helped our group successfully submit MIPS data and we are in bonus territory. The difference between a penalty and bonus is worth thousands of dollars to us." Dr. Owings (Arkansas)
We would not have been able to pull the data out of our electronic medical record and submit for MIPS without PsychPRO. Thanks for going the extra mile to make our qualification for MIPS possible - for the first time ever." Dr. Geiger (Illinois)
The registry has helped us to stay on track with MIPS, considering that we are a very busy FQHC, and it has been an invaluable resource for reporting our outcomes." Dr. Camacho (California)
Thank you for creating PsychPRO registry. What an amazing tool to help me understand and navigate quality measure reporting. I was so impressed by the ability to see aggregate and individual patient results." Dr. Brody (New York)

Pricing

APA Members

  • Free quality and MOC Part IV reporting as a member benefit
  • Inquire about special member pricing for behavioral health providers on your team

Non-Members: Psychiatrists, Primary Care Physicians, and Psychologists

  • $395 per year for quality Reporting
  • MOC Part IV Reporting included for Psychiatrists

Institutions, Systems or groups that have 15 or more participants

  • Please inquire by emailing registry@psych.org

Social Workers, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants

  • $325 per year for quality reporting

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