CNBC, Policy, News: The Trump administration could make fee-based doctors more affordable for seniors

The Trump administration could make fee-based doctors more affordable for seniors Concierge medicine and other fee-based primary care practices make up less than 10 percent of physician practices. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services put out a request for information to health-care providers to see how the Trump administration could help fund access to some fee-based practices for Medicare patients. Medicare has been trying … Continue reading CNBC, Policy, News: The Trump administration could make fee-based doctors more affordable for seniors

VIDEO | HHS Secretary Alex Azar … remarks on DPC, May 2018

American Hospital Association YouTube Page | Uploaded on May 9, 2018 “Direct Primary Care offers the opportunity for Seniors to get accessible primary care from a physician that they know at a predictable and affordable price… a significant step representing the fundamental rethinking of provider compensation necessary to deliver value… The proposal also reflects our interest in testing ways to reduce burden on providers that … Continue reading VIDEO | HHS Secretary Alex Azar … remarks on DPC, May 2018

Press, Trending: AMGA Recommends CMS Improve ACO Program, Forgo Possible New Direct Provider Contracting Model

Contact: Sharon Grace Vice President, Public Relations 703.838.0033 ext. 393 sgrace@amga.org May 23, 2018 AMGA Recommends CMS Improve ACO Program, Forgo Possible New Direct Provider Contracting Model Alexandria, VA – AMGA recommends that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) focus its attention and efforts toward improving the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) and accountable care organizations (ACOs) rather than move forward with a … Continue reading Press, Trending: AMGA Recommends CMS Improve ACO Program, Forgo Possible New Direct Provider Contracting Model

DPC Coalition Response the CMS | Request for Information Center for Innovation Direct Contracting Models

May 25, 2018 | By The DPC Coalition The Primary Care Enhancement Act (H.R. 365 and S. 1358 ) is a bipartisan bill which expands access to high-functioning primary care services for Americans of all income and age levels. The legislation clarifies to the tax code to remove a major federal regulatory barrier keeping patients, providers and employers who use Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) from … Continue reading DPC Coalition Response the CMS | Request for Information Center for Innovation Direct Contracting Models