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CMS finalizes changes to advance innovation, restore focus on patients. Changes to the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and Quality Payment Program will shift clinicians’ time from completing unnecessary paperwork to providing innovative, high-quality patient care.
As providers implement value-based care initiatives to reduce costs while improving care delivery and population health, data analytics has become an invaluable asset for identifying care gaps and areas for performance improvement.
By David Harlow – Once the federales blocked the health insurance company mega-mergers, it was only a matter of time before alternative approaches to rearranging the three-dimensional chessboard of the healthcare-industrial complex would emerge.
CMS is launching two new models to help determine what works best when it comes to encouraging shared decision-making between doctors and patients.
CMS announced more new opportunities for clinicians to join Advanced Alternative Payment Models to improve care and earn additional incentive payments under the Quality Payment Program, which implements MACRA.
CMS released a final rule updating the Medicare Shared Savings Program to encourage the delivery of high-quality care for Medicare beneficiaries and build on the early successes of the program and of the Pioneer Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Model.
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