AMGA

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AMGAAmerican Medical Group Association
AMGAAmerican Mountain Guides Association
AMGAAmerican Meat Goat Association
AMGAAustralian Miniature Goat Association, Inc (Murwillumbah, NSW, Australis)
AMGAAmerican Murray Grey Association
AMGAAlberta Market Gardeners Association
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The American Medical Group Association (AMGA), a trade organization representing multi-specialty medical groups, however, has criticized the move by CMS to increase the number of clinicians who are exempt from MIPS.
Results were based on a survey conducted on behalf of the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) by Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, with 289 medical groups representing about 73,700 providers submitting valid survey responses.
The research, conducted in partnership among the National Pharmaceutical Council (NPC), the American Medical Group Association and Premier Inc., appeared in an article in a recent issue of the Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy.
The American Medical Group Association represents medical groups, including some of the nation's largest, most prestigious medical practices, independent practice associations, and integrated healthcare delivery systems.
Fewer physicians left group practices in 2008 than in 2007, and a majority of group practice leaders believe that the change reflects more physicians delaying retirement because of the poor economy, said the American Medical Group Association. The group's annual survey of AMGA members reported about a 6% turnover of group practice physicians in 2008, compared with nearly 7% in 2007.
Project team members include the American Medical Group Association, Bend Memorial Clinic in Bend, Ore., and Wenatchee Valley Medical Center in Wenatchee, Wash.
Most physicians saw a modest increase in compensation for 2003, although some high-demand specialties saw larger increases than others, according to the American Medical Group Association's 2004 Medical Group Compensation and Financial Survey.
The American Medical Group Association (AMGA), a trade organization representing multispecialty medical groups, however, has criticized the move by CMS to increase the number of clinicians who are exempt from MIPS.
SEVENTY-FOUR PERCENT of physician specialties saw increases in their compensation in 2015, led by emergency medicine, according to the American Medical Group Association.
The American Medical Group Association (AMGA) is launching two new programs: an e-learning university and a new initiative that links pay to performance.
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