The passing of MACRA was greeted with much fanfare, but the actual challenges of impementing it are setting in.
CMS's site of service reimbursement differentials are beginning to fade.
Under MACRA, it's clear that providers will have to manage the cost of care and demonstrate value. But the legislation will also have implications that are not so obvious.
The final rule features modifications based on more than 400 public comments.
With CMS rolling out its first mandatory bundled payment program (CCJR), are other specialties, like cardiology, next in line?
With MACRA, providers find themselves staring at a fork in the road.
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 will exclude newly acquired, off-campus HOPDs from being reimbursed under Medicare's outpatient hospital prospective payment system.
MACRA represents for Medicare a dramatic step away from traditional fee-for-service reimbursement and toward value-based payments for physician services.
The passing of MACRA represents CMS' dramatic shift toward value-based payment models.
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