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With the release of the 2023 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and Quality Payment Program (QPP) proposed rule on July 7 came immediate reactions from around the industry before the comment period ends on September 7th.
National Association of ACOs President and CEO Clif Gaus, Sc.D., issued the following statement today on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Proposed 2023 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule:
The National Association of ACOs (NAACOS) announced it has launched a new task force, aimed at developing recommendations for how to successfully collect and electronically report on ACOs’ quality of care through disparate health information technology systems.
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NAACOS reported that Medicare’s largest alternative payment model produced its highest annual savings to date in 2020, while continuing to provide high-quality care, as shown by performance data released by CMS. Check out ACOs reporting savings.
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In formal comments submitted in response to the proposed 2022 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, the National Association of Accountable Care Organizations called on the Biden administration to hold off on requiring clinical quality measures to be reported electronically until data interoperability is widely available.
Medicare’s largest alternative payment model produced its highest annual savings to date in 2020, while continuing to provide high-quality care, as shown by performance data released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.