Are you missing G8730? While only a few chiropractors with a very high volume of Medicare patients are required to report on MIPS Measures as part of the Quality Payment Program, many choose to do so voluntarily. Is it something you should be doing in your office? There were a couple of Measures that have been around for a long time and required the addition of a HCPCS G code to claims. However, the “Pain Assessment and Follow Up” Measure appears to have gone away, and it took some G codes with it. In this webinar, you will find out what else you can do if you still want to voluntarily report Quality Measures to Medicare.