Tag: CMS proposed rules

13 recent CMS actions

CMS recently released new data on hospital changes of ownership, a health equity plan and said it would end a legal battle with Texas over Medicaid. Becker’s has reported on the following 13 CMS moves since April 8. Finance No hospitals received price transparency notices in April, CMS says CMS issued no additional warning notices […]
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CMS, HHS Finalize 2023 Notice of Benefits, Payment Parameters

CMS and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released the 2023 Notice of Benefits and Payment Parameters Final Rule, which includes standardized plan options, changes to network adequacy reviews, refinements to the Affordable Care Act’s essential health benefits nondiscrimination policy, and other changes. “The recent Open Enrollment Period demonstrated the demand for high-quality, […]
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AMGA Pushes Congress to Prevent 10% Medicare Payment Cut

The industry group urged lawmakers to stop proposed cuts to Medicare payment for physicians as outlined in recent legislation and regulation. Medical groups are urging Congress to prevent significant cuts to Medicare payment that could be triggered by recent spending bills and a proposed rule from CMS. In a letter to Congressional leaders, AMGA (American […]
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Hospice Addendum Problems Solved

2022 Hospice proposed rule would help with addendum statement snags, but other problems remain. In the Hospice proposed rule, published in the April 14 Federal Register, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services outlines these changes to the election statement addendum that was implemented on Oct. 1, 2020. Three vs. Five Days In the 2020 […]
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