Articles about Medicare

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.

Reform Update: States test Medicaid ACOs to cut costs

Looking to control Medicaid costs, several states are launching accountable care initiatives that mirror experiments underway with Medicare and private insurers but vary significantly in their approaches.

Power To The Health Data Geeks

Investors are betting that big data in healthcare can help doctors, hospitals and insurers become leaner.

Doc fix, two-midnight rule remain high priorities for Congress, lawmaker tells AHA

Finding a permanent fix to the Medicare payment formula for doctors remains a top priority for House Republicans, according to Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas).

Medicare chief Jonathan Blum leaving Obama administration

After more than 5 years, the Obama administration’s top Medicare official is stepping down from his post.

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