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How Doctors Get Paid Is Changing — But How Do They Feel About It?

For those in healthcare, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization ACT of 2015 (MACRA) is upon us, and the ideological payment shift in healthcare that has garnered "tremendous bipartisan support in both the House and Senate" is...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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In the "old days," reporting was mostly financial and relatively easy. If you accounted for all of the volume and optimized your coding, you were good to go. Well, welcome to the new world of value, where quality metrics loom large and the future payment stream for your...

source: FierceHealthcare

In a brash move likely to roil insurance markets, President Donald Trump will "immediately" halt payments to insurers under the Obama-era healthcare law he has been trying to unravel for months. The Department of Health and Human Services had made the announcement in a...

source: The Associated Press via The New York Times

As patients take on more out-of-pocket costs, and patient satisfaction continues to influence the financial health of hospitals, revenue cycle management has become increasingly important to organizations. Amid these and other changes, many revenue cycle professionals have...

source: Becker's Hospital Review

U.S. hospitals and healthcare groups have experimented over the past decade with new management structures and alternative payment models to provide quality healthcare at lower cost. But physicians have been slow to embrace these for a host of reasons. Chief among them,...

source: Harvard Business Review

Big data analytics and population health management are among the top priorities for healthcare executives in 2018 as organizations attempt to navigate an uncertain regulatory landscape while improving the quality of care, according to...

source: Health IT Analytics

While CMS' Hospital Readmission Reduction Program successfully reduces readmissions, the program may also produce unintended care consequences that threaten patient safety, according to an op-ed published in the Journal of the American...

source: Becker's Hospital Review

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