A closer look at the changes Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has proposed in its 2019 Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) that can significantly affect physicians, clinicians, and their Medicare reimbursement.
Physicians participating in certain at-risk Medicare Advantage plans may be exempt from certain Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) requirements.
Don’t make MIPS a guessing game. Create and implement quality improvement strategies for the 2018 MIPS program and beyond.
Seven ways to adapt to new regulations coming from D.C. while still managing to treat patients.
Regardless of what changes are ultimately made to MACRA, the overall market is staunchly marching towards value-based payment models.
As Medicare increasingly emphasizes value-based care, AAFP leadership is guiding primary-care physicians with its new model.
MACRA, inventory management, two other areas physician practices should focus on this year to improve care and lower costs.
The Budget Act that passed Congress recently included "small changes" to MACRA with the potential to make a big difference, says one expert.
Medicare's Quality Payment Program (QPP) is a little different in 2018 than it was in 2017. Here is a guide to this year's reporting requirements.
There are a lot of elements of MIPS that should concern physicians, but Advancing Care Information isn't one of them.