Keyword: CMS Star Ratings
Obamacare health plan star ratings are unlikely to play a big role in people’s decision-making for the first year of the national rollout.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released the MA plan star ratings for the 2020 plan year on Friday.
Medicare Advantage plans still have time to meet their year-end goals.
Affordable Care Act exchange plans will have to post their quality star rating from CMS starting next year.
Hospitals must pursue a deliberate strategy for managing their public image—and a powerful tool for doing so is inpatient clinical data registries.
In a blog posted Wednesday on NEJM Catalyst, a group of health system researchers decided to give out grades to organizations that rate hospitals.
CMS should better consider the social determinants of health in its Medicare Advantage star ratings, writes Clover Health's Erica Pham.
The rule, which is rooted in the Bipartisan Budget Act, would allow MA plans to offer telehealth benefits to all beneficiaries beginning in 2020.
Crowdsourced hospital ratings can provide patients with insights on the care experience—but fall short on effectively ranking quality.
A more customizable experience can make hospital ranking data more usable for patients and researchers, according to a new study.