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DocSite PQRI Approved as Qualified CMS Registry

June 18, 2009
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Raleigh, N.C.-based DocSite announced today that its PQRI solution has been selected for the second year by Baltimore-based CMS as an approved Qualified Registry for the 2009 Physician’s Quality Reporting Initiative (PQRI) Registry Program.

According to the company, DocSite PQRI provides physicians with a way to qualify for incentive payments up to $4,000 from Medicare. It adds that the PQRI process that used to take an entire year to complete can now be completed in as little as two days with DocSite PQRI.

For selection as a Qualified Registry for 2009, DocSite says it participated in a detailed approval process.

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