Multiple cases could confound a patient’s ability to achieve clinical progress. The treating clinician can use their clinical judgement to exclude patients who are medically complex, who in their experience are likely to make poor clinical progress. If, as a clinician, you do not believe that a patient being treated for multiple cases is a good candidate to report on a patient reported outcome, you can choose to disqualify the patient and they will be excluded in that denominator.
Exclude (disqualify) a patient from MIPS:
To disqualify a patient, the Disqualified Checkbox should be checked on the patient's Keet account indicating they should be removed from the data registry. Learn more here.