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Uncertainty is Creating Fear, and Private Equity Claims to be the Savior

The following article, written by Heather S. Miller, was published by the Palm Beach County Medical Society. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and passage of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) and its primary vehicle, the Merit-Based Incentive … Continue reading

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Adjusting Group Practice Compensation in a World Turning Value-Based (Part I of II)

By: Mike Segal     Payors are beginning to take steps to transform from reimbursement based on medical services rendered, or “fee for service” medicine, to payment for attaining quality measures without regard to volume, which is often called “value based” … Continue reading

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Is The Death Of SGR A Good Thing, Or A Bad Thing?

By: Stephen Siegel On April 16 President Obama signed the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act (“MACRA”). MACRA abandons the Sustainable Growth Rate (“SGR”) for adjusting the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and provides a new approach to paying for the … Continue reading

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