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  • 12/07/2016 9:43 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Today the Senate joined the House of Representatives in passing the 21st Century Cures Act, a $6.3 billion package of medical innovation bills that includes $4.8 billion to the National Institutes of Health as well as $1 billion in state grants to fight opioid abuse. The legislation contains a number health IT-related provisions including reducing administrative and regulatory burdens related to the use of EHRs, improving the EHR certification process by focusing on product security and user-centered design, the ability to share patient data, and ensuring that real world testing of the software has been conducted. The Act also calls for the creation of a voluntary EHR certification program for medical specialties for which no certified technology currently exists (i.e., pediatrics). Improving interoperability is also emphasized in the Act, with a mandate to develop and support a trusted framework for exchange of health information between networks, conduct a study on patient matching, and take steps to fight health information “blocking.” President Obama is expected to sign the legislation.

    -This article originally posted in the December 7 edition of the MGMA Washington Connection

  • 11/18/2016 12:26 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Medicare Part B’s monthly premiums for one-third of Medicare beneficiaries will increase about 10% in 2017 to $134 from $121.80 in 2016. About 70% of beneficiaries will be “held harmless” from the increase due to a lower than usual Social Security cost-of-living adjustment. For beneficiaries held harmless, the average 2017 premium will be about $109, up from $104.90. The annual deductible for all Medicare Part B beneficiaries will be $183 in 2017, compared to $166 in 2016. Read the CMS announcement.

    -This announcement originally posted in the 11/16/2016 MGMA Washington Connection

  • 08/01/2016 5:37 AM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

    Our new website is now live and available for use! We hope you enjoy the new look and new functionality. This new membership website will make it easier to join and renew online and will make our events (and event payments) much easier for everyone. Let us know if you have any comments or suggestions on how we can make this site work better for you.

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