Yes, sort of. I joined my hospital's Track1 ACO. The hospital audits a sample of my charts and submits my Quality Data. Supposedly I get partial Improvement Activities credit by being an ACO member. However, I am responsible for submitting my own ACI data. I will provide two answers.
SHORT ANSWER: As you navigate the QPP website, there is a field where you can enter a few letters in the name of your EMR. After "ama" it autopopulates "Amazing Charts" There is a Search button to the right. I tried it several times, and it responded "Unable to contact Certified Health IT Product List. Eventually, "Amazing Charts" disappears too. Sounds like you got further than me, as it never brought up a list of AC versions. However, I ignored this field completely and went on to enter my ACI data. Although there is no "Save" or "Send" button, each time I log off and on, my previous entries remain. Below is a screenshot.
LONG ANSWER: I had a terrible time trying to find out how to get a userID and password for this site. Perhaps the following step by step guide may save some time for others.
Reviewed 76 pages of instructions
New User Registration (method depends upon whether TIN is single provider[me] or group)
Role: Individual Provider
Type: Provider Approver
Created UserID and Password
Domain: Physician Quality and Value Program
Group: Provider Approver
Role: Individual Practitioner
Create new individual eligible professional
(Read lots of online guides - none very clear - made some guesses)
Login with UserID and Password created in step 2. (you log into the qpp.cms.gov website, not the portal.cms.gov website)
Report as individuals
a.) Quality Measures: shows 3 test claims-based measures I submitted for BP control early in 2017, very low score 3/60, hopefully this will be supplanted by quality data that was extracted from my EMR by ACO staffers during their audit of my charts.
b.) Advancing Care Information
There is a place to enter name of EMR "AmazingCharts", but Search button was not working and did not capture this.
Select Measure Set: there are three to choose from, neither the CMS website nor my EMR website gave much guidance. I found this:https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Quality-Pay...-Fact-Sheet.pdf
Appendix A has a chart showing differences between measure sets, the "transitional" set matched my v9.4.2 EMR Meaningful Use Wizard "Modified Stage 2" report subheadings better, so I took a guess and used it.
I entered the numerator and denominator data from my EMR Meaningful Use Wizard report online.
c.) Improvement Activities: I had none to report, as it was all I could do during 2017 to try to figure out and implement the Quality and ACI parts. Hopefully being an ACO member will somehow give partial credit. I did look a few over, and one of the easier ones for future consideration has to do with using the [California] CURES PDMP website before writing controlled prescriptions:
4.) There is no save or send button. If I sign out and sign back in, my previous entries remain. Deadline is unclear, when you sign out it gives both a mid March and end of March deadline date for different situations, unclear which applies.