In February, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced a $20 million award to 11 community health organizations to provide technical support and education about the Quality Payment Program to small physician practices.
The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act will put in place a new pay-for-performance program with the goal of achieving long-term stability and reliability for Medicare. Here’s what you need to know before its January 1, 2017 rollout.
Stakeholders from across the health care industry joined forces at the recent CMS Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network Summit to accelerate the transformation to paying providers for quality and outcomes, rather than volume.
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