While PQRS measures specifications won’t be available until December, we do know which individual measures are available for 2015. Here’s the breakdown by specialty:

PT

  • #126 Diabetes Foot/Ankle Evaluation
  • #127 Diabetes – Footwear Evaluation
  • #128 BMI screening
  • #130 Current Medications
  • #131 Pain Assessment
  • #154 Falls Risk Assessment
  • #155 Falls POC
  • #182 Functional Outcome Assessment

OT

  • #128 BMI screening
  • #130 Current Medications
  • #131 Pain Assessment
  • #154 Falls Risk Assessment
  • #155 Falls POC
  • #134 Preventative Screening Clinical Depression
  • #173 Alcohol consumption Assessment
  • #181 Elderly Maltreatment Screen and Follow-Up
  • #182 Functional Outcome Assessment
  • #226 Tobacco Use Screen and Cessation Intervention

SLP

  • #130 Current Medications

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Though not available within the WebPT application, there is a dementia measures group for OTs as well as seven FOTO Functional Deficit Measures for 2015:

  • #217 Change in Risk-Adjusted Functional Status for Patients with Knee Impairments
  • #218 Change in Risk-Adjusted Functional Status for Patients with Hip Impairments
  • #219 Change in Risk-Adjusted Functional Status for Patients with Lower Leg, Foot or Ankle Impairments
  • #220 Change in Risk-Adjusted Functional Status for Patients with Lumbar Spine Impairments
  • #221 Change in Risk-Adjusted Functional Status for Patients with Shoulder Impairments
  • #222 Change in Risk-Adjusted Functional Status for Patients with Elbow, Wrist or Hand Impairments
  • #223 Change in Risk-Adjusted Functional Status for Patients with Neck, Cranium, Mandible, Thoracic Spine, Ribs or Other General Orthopedic Impairments