Infographic: Go ahead. MACRA my day

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Last updated: March 28, 2017

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Great summary of how this is going to work
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Dena Avallone
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This infographic is well done and very informative; however, it is not printer-friendly and that is disappointing. Please re-post in a printer-friendly format. Thank you. Paulette Wayne, MSN, RN
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Paulette Wayne, MSN, RN
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Thanks for the introduction. “Each physician’s score will be reported.” What about data from advanced practice RNs? Nurse Practitioner? Midwife? CRNA?
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Patricia Geraghty NP
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Hi Patricia, Yes, according to the proposed rule, data for all MIPS eligible providers will be posted on the Physician Compare website. Clinicians will be given a 30 day period to review their data before it is made public. Both the composite score as well as the range of performance scores within each MIPS category will be posted. Liz
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Liz Kellogg
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When CMS admits that 87% of solo independent doctors will lose money, the influence of the AHA, IMA and corporate interests is blatantly clear. More motivation to leave Medicare behind, which is sad when so many people depend on it.
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Brian Crownover MD
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This is a great article and helps me understand the changes coming. Is it available in a power point or in a print version to share with others?
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Sonya Griffith
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I loved this presentation! Unfortunately, I had just finished reading a 3-page article in one of the journals; I couldn’t make heads or tails out of it! I figured I would have to read it again… Then ‘The Dose’ arrived in my email with this! Thank you Athena! (It would be nice to have in printer-friendly format).
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Candyce Underwood
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Just confirming …. if we don’t bill Medicare, we will not be subject to these requirements in 2017???
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Nancy
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Hi Nancy, Yes, that is correct. MIPS (and MACRA) is for Medicare. The private insurers may move this way eventually, but there are no requirements right now. Liz
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Liz Kellogg
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Great information but need it to be printable. Thank you.
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Lisa M.
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Go to the following link for a printable copy on 8.5″ by 14″ paper. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B4KAgEgIHtS-YnZpU1VBOHYtN1E?usp=sharing
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Carol Bell
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And this is going to improve medical care??? It most certainly push Drs out of Medicare!! Wm Lee, MD
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Wm Lee, MD
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I see everyone is mentioning Medicare, is this affecting Medicaid as well?
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Suheil
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Any way I could order this brochure, or get a pdf for reprints?
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bob gongaware
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Hi Bob, Managing editor of athenaInsight here. I will follow-up with you via email. Thanks, James
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James Furbush
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I would love a printed or printable version of the Go ahead. MACRA my day brochure as well.
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Darlene Poucher
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Well illustrated overview, outlining how all this works. Clear and concise…a great primer.
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Chris Burk
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Great summary content for MACRA. I too would love to get a pdf of the file, since the current format it is not printer friendly.
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Melody Tobias
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What a wonderful resource! Any plans to update this with the information from the final rule (example - pick your pace, volume thresholds for eligibility, etc.)?
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Carol Saavedra
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Hi Carol, this infographic is now updated! Thanks so much for your comment. Liz
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Liz Kellogg
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Snappy little summary. 5 stars.
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Steve A Christoff
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Infographic: Go ahead. MACRA my day