Monthly Archives: August 2016

Meaningful Use: Extreme Makeover Edition

What MACRA means to CMS’s EHR incentive program Among its many objectives, the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) aims to simplify the process health care providers have had to endure when reporting data and other information to the … Continue reading

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MACRA: News Briefs

With less than five months to go before MACRA takes effect (barring a delay), here’s a roundup of recent news articles and content about the coming law .  .  . Why the MACRA start date debate misses the point HealthData … Continue reading

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MACRA? What’s that?

It wouldn’t be surprising to learn that most Americans haven’t heard of the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA). It’s pretty much inside baseball-type stuff to anyone who doesn’t work in health care. However, it’s a bit surprising – … Continue reading

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MACRA: In the News

CMS opens door to possible delay in MACRA implementation Source: American Academy of Family Physicians In brief: Acting CMS administrator Andy Slavitt told a U.S. Senate committee last month that CMS would consider a delay to the planned Jan. 1 … Continue reading

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