PRIME Registry: Building the Future of Primary Care

The PRIME Registry is unleashing the potential of patient and community data to build better primary care, helping shift the focus beyond individual disease diagnoses to measuring what really matters to patients and clinicians. Join PRIME Registry, and help shape the future of primary care.

More Measures that Matter

PRIME includes an improved array of high-value primary care measures with demonstrated connection to improved outcomes and quality of life.

Doctors and patients agree that Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO) is meaningful. The PRO pilot launched in PRIME in April 2019 gives patients a voice, while giving clinicians valuable feedback. The PRO will roll out to all of PRIME later in 2019.

Improved Health for Communities

PRIME’s quality dashboard helps identify patients with quality gaps and helps practices see how they are doing compared to their peers.

The PHATE tool helps identify patients at risk due to social determinants and provides an in-clinic connection to resources in the patient’s community, while also illuminating areas where resources are needed. PHATE has the potential to help guide more personalized risk-assessment and access to patient resources.

Reduced Burden for Clinicians

PRIME’s quality data tracking and benchmarking, paired with implementation of more “measures that matter” (comprehensiveness, continuity, PRO, low-value care) enables participating physicians to demonstrate high value in practice which has the potential for a positive affect on payments from both CMS and private payers.

Special Offer for ABFM Diplomates

American Board of Family Medicine Diplomates are eligible for three years of PRIME enrollment FREE. After the first three years, the price per Diplomate is only $260/year.

To learn more, email PRIME@theabfm.org or visit primeregistry.org.

Attending AAFP's FMX, September 24-28, in Philadelphia, PA? Visit PRIME Registry at booth #1436.

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The project described was supported by Funding Opportunity Number CMS-1L1-15-002 from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The contents provided are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS or any of its agencies.