We make healthcare better.

We work with healthcare providers, partners, patients and other stakeholders to continually improve healthcare quality. Our work reaches millions of Medicare and Medicaid patients and has a ripple effect that impacts millions more by maximizing the value and effectiveness of healthcare services for everyone.

We are a Network of Quality Improvement and Innovation Contractor (NQIIC)

Where We Work

Where we make a difference

Qsource has a regional presence in the heart of America.

From the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Plains to the Great Smokey Mountains — we’re making a positive impact in healthcare for everyone.

Click the map to see key programs we’re working on in your state.

Blogs | Media Releases | Publications

  • QPP | Learn More About Reporting Patient Relationship Categories

    QPP | Learn More About Reporting Patient Relationship Categories

    MIPS-Eligible Clinicians: Learn More about Reporting Patient Relationship Categories CMS recently released a Medicare Learning Network (MLN) Matters article about reporting Patient Relationship Categories and Codes (PRC) on Medicare claims. Voluntary Reporting Period As of January 1, 2018, Medicare Part B Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS)-eligible clinicians may report patient relationships on Medicare claims using […]  Read More »
  • QPP | 2019 CMS Resources for Specialist and Facility-Based Clinicians

    QPP | 2019 CMS Resources for Specialist and Facility-Based Clinicians

    2019 CMS Resources for Specialists and Facility-Based Clinicians CMS frequently adds new information and resources to the QPP Resource Library on the QPP website (qpp.cms.gov). If you have not visited the Resource Library recently, you may have missed some helpful information for your practice! For example, if you are a newly eligible clinician type in […]  Read More »
  • QPP | Promoting Interoperability Hardship Exception

    QPP | Promoting Interoperability Hardship Exception

    Promoting Interoperability Hardship Exception Certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) is required for participation in the Promoting Interoperability performance category. Under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), you may qualify for a re-weighting of the Promoting Interoperability performance category (to 0%) if you meet certain criteria. You can find the form here. MIPS eligible clinicians, groups, […]  Read More »