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Advisory Board Offers Initial Thoughts on MACRA Rule


 

Our friends at Advisory Board have weighed in with their initial thoughts on the 2,398-page MACRA final rule released earlier today. Click the link below to read their take on the new payment plans, which include two different quality reporting paths.

Advisory Board Article

And check out the related article below - Preparing for MACRA - to read our interview last month with Ingrid Lund, practice manager in Research for Advisory Board, which provides additional insight into the massive payment overhaul.

 
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