MGMA

AcronymDefinition
MGMAMedical Group Management Association
MGMAMetro Global Media, Inc. (stock symbol)
MGMAMetal Gutter Manufacturers Association (UK)
MGMAMichigan Gospel Music Association
MGMAMaritime Gospel Music Association (Canada)
MGMAMethylglycidyl Methacrlate
MGMAMotor Generator, Motor Alternator
MGMAModern Gold Miners Association (Happy Camp, CA)
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Shelly Waggoner, vice president of human resources and customer experience at MGMA, says the organization began buying standing desks in the mid-2010s and now has about 30 in all.
Today, MGMA membership is comprised of more than 6,600 individuals who have attained CMPE or ACMPE Fellow status or who seek certification.
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. While primary care phy sicians in the East earned the least, primary care practices in the East earned $165,000 per physician, more than tripli the revenue in the South and twice as much as in the West, where total medical revenue was just under $82,000 per physician.
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.
Following opening remarks by Susan Turney, M.D., MGMAs 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.S.
The state of the health care industry will be discussed by a panel moderated by MGMA President Susan Turney.
MGMA attributed part of the increase in expenses for private practices to the cost of implementing electronic health record systems.
The purpose of this study was two-fold: (a) compare coding patterns of NMHCs delivering primary care with national data of nurse practitioners (NPs) and family physicians (FPs) from the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) and CMS; and (b) compare coding patterns between aggregated national NMHC data and individual centers.
For 2005, compensation for anesthesia practitioners was reported to compare favorably with other practitioners, according to information from medical group practices from across the country that responded to a survey of Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) member organizations.
A study recently released by the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA, a private physician management firm that conducts research on medical group management) provides insight into some of the reasons medical costs are out of control.
Bien, CAE, vice president of the learning and networking center at MGMA, recently discussed the association's strategy for re-examining its relationship with its components with Cynthia D'Amour, president, People Power Unlimited, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACNPE), and the Pfizer Medical Humanities Initiative have come together to offer the Fred Graham Award for Innovation in Improving Community Health.