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Total medical revenue after operatir4 costs among primary care single-special ty practices was highest in the Midwest at just over $199,000 per physician, the South lowest at $54,000, according to the MGMA
In addition to indefinitely delaying penalties on physicians who have achieved stage I but not stage 2, the MGMA
recommended that HHS also extend the reporting period for stage 2 for at least a year.
president and CEO, and by Todd Evanson, the association's director of data solutions, Anders Gilberg, senior vice president of government affairs at MGMA
, cited "instability and uncertainty over potential future cuts, plus the Budget Control Act cuts, and potential sequestration" (the result of a deal reached in Congress several months ago during a budget impasse) and, above all, physician payment cuts resulting from the potential inability of leaders in the U.
A descriptive, retrospective study was conducted to compare frequency distributions of E&M codes (office visit codes 99201-99215) between NMHCs delivering primary care and national data sets of NPs and FPs from the MGMA
Bien, CAE: MGMA
has 50 state affiliates, many dating back to the 1950s and all operating autonomously with their own governance, bylaws, and treasuries.
The award will be presented at the MGMA
2002 Annual Conference in Las Vegas, October 27-30.
Jessee, who joined MGMA
last summer, said it's important to "analyze system failures, then change the system," instead of placing blame and filing lawsuits.
AdminiServe Partner Network was developed to provide members with a portfolio of vendors vetted by the Association.
In a letter to the agency MGMA
said complete testing with physician practices would help software developers configure practice management and electronic medical record systems to work with the new coding system, and would identify critical problems before the Oct.
13 in 2012, the MGMA
said in its report, which was based on data from 2,411 group practices.
Susan Turney, MGMA
president and chief executive officer, said physicians who already have met requirements for stage 1 meaningful use should not be penalized if they can't meet the requirements for stage 2.