Whether you are looking to broaden or renew your specialty certified skills or looking for your next career, an industry association is always a good place to start. Here is the latest news from our industry associations.Read More
UnitedHealthcare and the AMA are collaborating to understand and address the social barriers preventing people’s access to better health. The AMA is excited to work with UnitedHealthcare through the continuing efforts of our Integrated Health Model Initiative (IHMI).
The Healthcare Administrative Technology Association, the national association representing the practice management software industry, met recently to finalize the criteria of a new certification for PMS vendors.
The 89th Annual AHIMA Convention & Exhibit is taking place in Los Angels, Oct 7 – 11. Exhibit Hall opens today, so don’t miss a thing. Get resources, information, and enter to win prizes.
Another successful HFMA ANI conference in Orlando this week. This year the theme was Collaborating for the Future. With four days of a full agenda and packed exhibit hall, here is what they were tweeting about.
MGMA to CMS Letter: Release past due MIPS eligibility notifications. A call for the immediate release of critical 2017 Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) eligibility information, including notifications about the low volume threshold exemption.
The NRACC announced that Rural Health Clinics, Federally Qualified Health Centers, rural hospitals with less than 100 beds and independent practices may be eligible for free participation in the Medicare Shared Savings Program.
CMS released a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) for the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). The comment period closed on June 27, 2016. You can review comments on Regulations.gov. Here are selected comments submitted from industry groups.
The National Medical Association has joined colorectal cancer care advocacy groups and the American College of Radiology (ACR) in calling on Congress to pass the CT Colonography Screening for Colorectal Cancer Act (H.R. 4632).