The Eliminating Kickbacks in Recovery Act of 2018 addresses the opioid crisis and is critical to understand the law and what it may mean for your healthcare facility in the future to remain legally compliant.
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A newly formed network will help providers, payers, employers, states, consumer groups, and others partner with the federal government to more quickly implement alternative payment models for the healthcare delivery
While the health reform effort may have only a modest impact overall on otolaryngology, physicians expect greater focus on developing applicable quality measurements for the specialty, a shift to patient-centered access of care, and more training in public policy issues for otolaryngology trainees and residents
The American Board of Otolaryngology is preparing to launch the final component of its maintenance of certification (MOC) program this year. In addition to the goals of lifelong learning and quality improvement, the last of this four-part program should help otolaryngologists comply with performance incentives from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) is described as the most sweeping health care legislation passed in the U.S. since Medicare’s implementation in 1965. The health reform law is already changing the health care system, but the most profound modifications are yet to come. The law will affect otolaryngologists’ practices in many ways, both direct and indirect. Here are some areas of the law to consider.