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By Liz Fowler JD PhD, Purva Rawal PhD, Sarah Fogler PhD, Brian Waldersen MD MPH, Meghan O’Connell MPH, & Jacob Quinton MD MSHS – In 2021, CMS established a goal to have 100 percent of Original Medicare beneficiaries and the vast majority of Medicaid beneficiaries in accountable care relationships by 2030,,,
By LaShawn McIver MD – The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Office of Minority Health has released “The Path Forward: Improving Data to Advance Health Equity Solutions”, which for the first time, outlines a plan to tackle health equity data efforts across CMS programs to achieve health equity by…
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has issued final rules on the 2023 Physician Fee Schedule and the 2023 End-Stage Renal Disease Prospective Payment System. They include updates and policy changes that will take effect January 1. 2023.
By Alex Baker & Elisabeth Myers – On August 1, 2022, CMS announced final changes to its payment program for acute care hospitals in 2023. The FY 2023 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule also included policies for the 2023 Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program, which rewards…
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CMS released a Request for Information seeking public input on the concept of CMS creating a directory with information on health care providers and services or a “National Directory of Healthcare Providers and Services”.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services would like to remind clinicians of important upcoming Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) dates and deadlines in 2022.
CMS wants to remind Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program participants that the EHR reporting period for new and returning participants is a minimum of any continuous, self-selected, 90-day period.