Keyword: alternative payment models (APMs)
Medicare reimbursement isn’t cutting it for many physician practices, with a shortfall expected by 67%.
Physicians and physician groups that hope to get approval for new physician-focused payment models will want to keep some new guidance in mind.
Some 93% of the doctors and clinicians who participated in MIPS received a positive—albeit modest—payment adjustment for 2017.
Physicians, especially those in small practices, are having trouble keeping up with the increasing complexity and ever-changing regulatory structure of APMs.
America’s Physician Groups has launched a new task force to help develop future advanced APMs.
The University of Southern California reached a $240 million settlement in a suit accusing its student health center gynecologist of sexual abuse.
There’s a big problem with advanced alternative payment models (APMs). There aren’t enough of them.
Physicians and hospital groups want to see exceptions to the enforcement of the physician self-referral or Stark Law.
All five doctors testifying on Capitol Hill said it would be better to continue to implement MIPS than see it replaced.
CMS issued a proposed rule that makes “historic changes” to the Medicare program aimed at restoring the doctor-patient relationship.