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Did you know that joining RISE can help your practice improve patient care and meet federal reporting requirements? Find out how this unique tool can help you.
With ACR’s new performance improvement
activity, providers assess quality measure performance,
implement changes in practice to improve measure performance, and
reassess performance using the same performance measures.
Note: This activity is only available for current RISE registry users.
The ACR is accepting requests for the use of RISE data! Learn more about using RISE data to make the next discovery in patient care.
Rheumatology Informatics System for Effectiveness (RISE) is a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) developed by the ACR to help clinicians and researchers:
Optimize Patient Outcomes
Navigate QPP MIPS Reporting Requirements
Make Discoveries that Advance Rheumatology
Demonstrate the Value of Rheumatology to Key Influencers
RISE is the first and largest electronic health record (EHR)-enabled rheumatology registry in the United States. A HIPAA-compliant QCDR, RISE attracts widespread participation among rheumatology clinicians and providers. With more than 1,000 rheumatology clinicians and 2.4 million patients, RISE plays an instrumental role in advancing the specialty through improving care and expanding research.
RISE helps rheumatology clinicians and health care providers evaluate the quality of care delivered to patients and identify opportunities for improvement. With clear national and RISE benchmarks for easy comparison, clinicians use the RISE dashboard to track performance down to the individual patient level. Using RISE’s QCDR measures, clinicians can evaluate the quality of their patient care through rheumatology-specific measures.
Learn how RISE can help you:
RISE offers unique research opportunities with a robust source of information on people with rheumatic diseases. RISE is a rheumatology-specific registry and includes patients with all medical conditions seen by a rheumatologist and all insurance types. Additionally, RISE patient data includes details on patient demographics and clinical characteristics.
Learn how RISE can help you:
ACR RISE Registry Staff Directory
RISE Frequently Asked Questions
2020 QCDR Measure Specifications
CMS Quality Payment Program Resource Library
The American College of Rheumatology thanks the following Founding Sponsor of the RISE Registry.