Topic: Physician Compensation
Some 93% of the doctors and clinicians who participated in MIPS received a positive—albeit modest—payment adjustment for 2017.
Physician groups say they hope to work with CMS on a new E/M coding and payment structure to ensure doctors are fairly paid.
Doctors spoke, and CMS listened—delaying any changes to codes for Medicare patient visits until 2021.
Doctors and nurses just gained a notorious distinction: They are both on the top five list of professions with the most egregious gender gaps when it comes to salaries.
America’s Physician Groups has launched a new task force to help develop future advanced APMs.
Under a new proposal, for the first time Medicare would pay doctors for telemedicine services. But some physicians say that may not be a good idea.
There’s a big problem with advanced alternative payment models (APMs). There aren’t enough of them.
An MGMA survey revealed the top regulatory issues that medical groups say are most burdensome.
No one is making predictions about what CMS will do when it comes to a proposal to change E/M billing codes.
For all the work involved, the highest-scoring physicians ended up with a 2.02% payment adjustment, leaving them disheartened with the MIPS program.