During the August NMGMA meeting, SVMIC's Jackie Boswell provided updates on MIPS reporting for 2019.
Ready or not, full-year reporting of MACRA is here. There are multiple steps practices can take to make the process easier and more effective.
The one constant is change - MGMA Associate Director of Government Affairs recently briefed practice managers on the latest from Washington, D.C.
The second Tuesday of each month, practice managers and healthcare industry service providers gather for the monthly Nashville Medical Group Management Association (NMGMA) meeting.
Care 24/7 has relocated to Nashville and refocused its mission to help providers navigate MACRA and maximize revenue while improving provider-based population health management.
With the 2017 reporting window rapidly closing, a recent AMA/KPMG survey finds less than 25 percent of physician decision-makers feels 'well prepared' to meet requirements.
Patrick Ryan, MD, FACS, founder of Nashville Vascular & Vein Institute, is the co-author of an article printed in the July issue of the Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders (JVS-VL) discussing the looming 4 percent payment penalty for healthcare providers accepting Medicare.
Proposed rule aims to simplify reporting requirements and offer support for doctors and clinicians in 2018
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has awarded a contract to Qsource to help small practices in Tennessee and Alabama prepare for and participate in the new Quality Payment Program, established by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA).
The second Tuesday of each month, practice managers and healthcare industry service providers gather at KraftCPA headquarters for the monthly Nashville Medical Group Management Association (NMGMA) meeting.
CMS has released the final MACRA rule, and the AMA is feeling cautiously optimistic. AHA's reaction is a bit more mixed.
Our friends at Advisory Board have weighed in with their initial thoughts on the 2,398-page MACRA final rule released earlier today.
"Pick Your Pace" Isn't a Signal to Ease Up on Planning
Last month, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt announced some flexibility as providers prepare to transition to payment reform under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA).
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