Resources and Tools
Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Quality Reporting Program Resources and Tools
The following documents are designed to assist facilities participating in the Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Quality Reporting (IPFQR) Program.
To access current or prior version of the IPFQR Program Manual (as well as Release Notes for the current version of the manual), click on the links below:
|IPFQR Program Manual||Date Finalized|
Version 4.0 Release Notes
Version 3.1 Release Notes
Version 3.0 Release Notes
The following tools are designed as optional, informal mechanism to assist IPFs in the collection of data for the IPFQR Program:
- HBIPS-2 and -3
- SUB -2/-2a, -3/-3a
- TOB_-2/-2a, -3/-3a
- Screening for Metabolic Disorders
- Transition Record with Specified Elements Received by Discharged Patients and Timely Transmission of Transition Record
- Reason for IPF Admission Element Guidance
- IMM-2_(Q4 2021 through Q1 2022)
- Non-Measure Data Collection Tool
The following resources are for the claims-based measures in the IPFQR program, which CMS will calculate for FY2022 public reporting using Medicare Fee-for-Service claims data.
|File Name||File Type|
|IPFQR Program Claims-Based Measure Specifications||Download|
|Follow-up After Hospitalization for Mental Illness Codebook||Excel||Download|
|30-Day All-Cause Unplanned Readmission Following Psychiatric Hospitalization-in an Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Codebook||Excel||Download|
|Medication Continuation Following Inpatient Psychiatric Discharge Codebook||Excel||Download|
Resource materials pertaining to the most recent ISR confidential review period for the CBMs are listed below. Each ZIP file contains an example ISR using mock data and a user guide designed to assist in the review of the ISR for the specific measure .
- Claims Based Measure Specifications
- CBM IPF Specific Reports Quick Reference Guide - Coming Soon!
- Follow-up After Hospitalization for Mental Illness
- IPF 30 day Day Readmission
- Medication Continuation Following Inpatient Psychiatric Discharge