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Getting in touch with the eCQI Resource Centerinfo-icon

The eCQI Resource Center will be constantly improving to better meet the needs of its users and we are counting on your input to make it as useful as possible. Please send any news, events, content or questions you have about the eCQI Resource Center to ecqi-resource-center@hhs.gov.

Information on 508 requirements for content to be posted on federal websites, such as the eCQI Resource Center, and a checklist for ensuring content you submit to the eCQI Resource Center is 508 compliant are found at these links.

Getting help with eCQMsinfo-icon

For questions on the Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) Program requirements, policy, and alignmentinfo-icon, contact the Hospital Inpatient Value, Incentives, and Quality Reporting Outreach and Education Support Team at https://cms-ip.custhelp.com or (844) 472-4477. 

For questions on the Medicare and Medicaid Promoting Interoperability (formerly EHRinfo-icon Incentive) Programs contact the Quality Net help desk for assistance qnetsupport@hcqis.org or (866) 288-8912.

For questions on the Quality Payment Program (QPP), please contact QPP@cms.hhs.gov (866) 288-8292 .

For questions related to eCQMinfo-icon implementation specificationsinfo-icon, logic, data elements, standards, or tools, please go to the ONC Project Tracking System (JIRAinfo-icon): https://oncprojectracking.healthit.gov.

For questions on Quality Net reporting, data upload, Pre-Submission Validation Application (PSVAinfo-icon), etc. contact the Quality Net Help Desk for assistance qnetsupport@hcqis.org or (866) 288-8912.

Medicaid eligible professionalsinfo-icon and Medicaid only eligible hospitalsinfo-icon participating with the Medicaid Promoting Interoperability (formerly EHR Incentive) Program should contact their state Medicaid agencies.

Last Updated: October 16, 2018