The Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) has been repealed—an action long sought by APMA and other patient and physician groups—as a result of the two-year budget agreement signed into law Friday, February 9.Read More
If you have fewer than 500 appeals currently pending at the Office of Medicare Hearing and Appeals (OMHA) and the Medicare Appeals Council (Council) at the Departmental Appeals Board, you may be eligible for a limited settlement agreement option for resolution to settle the portion of your pending appeals that have total billed amounts of $9,000 or less per appeal in exchange for timely partial payment of 62 percent of the net Medicare-approved amount.Read More
MIPS eligible clinicians can now view performance scores for 2017 claims data.Read More
Be sure to register for the second bylaws webinar, scheduled for Monday, February 26 at 8 p.m. EST.Read More
APMA Bylaws Webinar #2
February 26, 2018
The latest draft of the proposed modifications to the APMA Bylaws is now available. This draft includes modifications based upon comments received and further deliberations of the Bylaws and Procedures Committee. In keeping with previously stated plans of the committee to enable interested parties to learn more about the proposed bylaws and be able to interact with the committee prior to the March House of Delegates, the committee has scheduled two webinars for the purpose of reviewing the proposed changes and offering an opportunity for Q&A. The webinars will cover different topics.
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APMA Executive Director and CEO James R. Christina, DPM, explains in fewer than 10 minutes how you can avoid a MIPS penalty in 2020.