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NEW YORK (360Dx) - With less than six months before the first reporting deadline of the Merit-based Incentive Program, or MIPS, the College of American Pathologists has launched a registry aimed at helping pathologists maximize merit-based bonus pay and avoid penalties.

Called the Pathologists Quality Registry, the reporting tool is the first pathology-specific Qualified Clinical Data Registry, or QCDR, approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, CAP leaders said.

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