Articles about Medicare

Final Meaningful Use Rule Won’t Make Providers Happy

The federal government at the start of the Labor Day weekend finalized a rule to add flexibility to attesting for Medicare and Medicaid Stages 1 and 2 of meaningful use during 2014.

Why Doctors Are Sick of Their Profession

American physicians are increasingly unhappy with their once-vaunted profession, and that malaise is bad for their patients.

Aetna, New Jersey medical group reach Medicare health partnership

Aetna and New Jersey’s Summit Medical Group announced a collaboration aimed at improving the health of members in the northern New Jersey region.

Bundled payment attracts providers—but will they sign?

The fast-rising number of healthcare providers joining a trial run of bundled Medicare payments signals widespread thirst to explore risk-based reimbursement models, but success will depend on how many take the leap.

Study: Despite Concerns, EHRs Don’t Increase Medicare Fraud

Concerns that nationwide EHR adoption could lead to widespread fraudulent coding are unfounded, according to a study from the University of Michigan Schools of Information and Public Health and the Harvard School of Public Health.

2015 Medicare fee schedule includes chronic care billing code, Sunshine Act changes

Beginning next year, primary care physicians and others could begin billing separately for chronic care management services if the Physician Fee Schedule proposed by the CMS is adopted.

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