OEIS National Registry Overview

The OEIS National Registry is a QCDR (Qualified Clinical Data Registry) that focuses on detailed outcomes within outpatient interventional suites (OIS). The registry’s purpose is to promote quality and to identify benchmarks for best practices within the OIS sector. The peripheral arterial disease (PAD) module was launched in 2017, with plans to expand offerings to include a cardiac module, venous module, hemodialysis module, and others in the future.

Value of OEIS National Registry to Practitioners

  • Benchmark your outcomes against national averages and other providers in your practice
  • Provide performance metrics for your practice
  • Provide the highest quality of care to your patients using evidence based best practices

OEIS National Registry Features

  • MIPS Quality Measures

    QDCR Measures – January 2018 (pdf) QDCR Measures – January 2018 (xls)  QDCR Measures – 2019 (pdf)  MIPS Measures – 2019 (pdf)

  • MIPS Improvement Activities

    2018 Suggested Improvement Activities (pdf)2018 MIPS Improvement Activity Reporting — Helpful Information (pdf)

  • Drive Quality Improvement
  • Compare providers in the same organization
  • Improve Efficiency
  • Develop a Practice Improvement Plan

How to Enter Data

The registry utilizes the Syncrony electronic data capture tool that features an interface designed for ease of use, with intuitive and efficient data entry fields.

Go to Syncrony OEIS National Registry PAD Data Collection Form (V3 – 2019) OEIS National Registry Terms and Definitions Reference Registration and Syncrony Platform Training Video Training Video Updates

How to Enroll as an OEIS Registry Participant Site


Register using your Site-specific Tax ID (not the Physician-specific Tax ID) for each participating physician.

Please submit one entry per participating physician at the site.

Note: The Tax ID should be the same for all physicians, only the NPI number will be different. Please be certain to correctly identify the NPI #’s for each physician entering data into the registry, and the TIN # (Tax Id Number) for the practice/entity that you will want CMS to give you credit for your Quality Score. It will be your responsibility to record these numbers accurately. CMS cannot process the reported Quality Measures if these numbers are inaccurately posted.


We require two signed documents from your site.  
Please click on each of the buttons below this box to complete the forms.  Upon completion, a fully endorsed copy of each form will be emailed to you at the email address you provide within the forms.

NOTE: Submitting each of these forms will likely return you to the top of the page, which is normal.   Just fill out and e-sign the Business Associate Agreement first.  Then scroll back down to fill out and e-sign the Registry Participation Agreement Form.  Once you have submitted both forms you may proceed to Box 3 to pay for and complete your registry signup.


Monthly fees are charged to the lab and are the same regardless of the number of physician/providers who are subscribers/participants in the registry. The cost of registry participation per individual lab is $175/month for *OEIS members and $295/month for nonmembers. Cost to submit Quality Measures to CMS is $399 per TIN/NPI combination per year.

*OEIS Membership can be in the Active or Associate Member categories.

For more information about becoming member of OEIS, please visit the OEIS Home Page. You can find the membership application HERE.

Frequently Asked Questions

Review the OEIS National Registry FAQs

CMS Resources for Quality Payment Program

Follow the linked button below to find official information to help you get prepared for the Quality Payment Program.

CMS Quality Payment Program Resource Library


For OEIS National Registry information and enrollment questions, please contact Lauren Jones: oeisnationalregistry@gmail.com.
For OEIS National Registry billing questions, please email the Executive Office at admin@oeisociety.org or call: 888-548-6347.

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