BFM PRIME Registry is an Approved QCDR for Primary Care First Participants

March 30, 2021—The American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) PRIME Registry™ is an approved Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) that supports practices participating in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Primary Care First (PCF) payment model.

PRIME Registry provides users with a web-based, user-friendly dashboard and a suite of additional tools that help provide primary care practices and clinicians a faster, easier way to evaluate performance on clinical quality measures, participate in quality improvement initiatives, identify gaps in care, and understand the social determinants of health that may be affecting patient outcomes.

PRIME Registry, a partner of the Center for Professionalism and Value in Health Care, exists to relieve quality reporting burden, improve quality assessment and improvement, prioritize measures that matter, and attract resources to primary care to support comprehensive, relationship-rich care. PRIME Registry is a testbed for more meaningful clinical quality measures as part of the Center’s Measures That Matter initiative.

Practices that do not already utilize PRIME Registry are invited to learn more, register for an interactive demo, or enroll at primeregistry.org. PRIME Registry is free of charge for the first year for ABFM Diplomates but is open to ALL primary care clinicians.