US Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine present: Commonwealth Coffee
This is a reminder that this Thursday, January 31, 2013 is the deadline to submit a request for a hardship exemption to avoid the 2013 eRx payment adjustment.
This year brings numerous decisions and deadlines for doctors. They affect almost every area of medical practice, including electronic health records (EHRs); e-prescribing; coding; deciding whether to accept Medicaid patients; and deciding whether to offer employee health insurance. See which deadlines apply to you.
The 112th Congress was recently dubbed the “Do Nothing Congress” for the minimal amount of legislation enacted during the two year session.
FAQs regarding Self-attestation, procedures for DMAS enrolled providers, managed care related attestation, Medicare Fee Schedule, FFS Payments, and Managed Care Payments are answered here.
DMAS will use the geographic rate for determining the Medicaid rates for Northern Virginia!
Investors celebrated the passing of a bill to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff, and the Dow began the year with its biggest opening day gain ever as measured by points, up 308.41, while the S&P 500 closed the week at a five-year high.
I thought you might find this quick listing of selected expired/expiring tax provisions useful. As you know, Congress could pass legislation at any time extending or revising any or all of these provisions.
The fiscal cliff deal is, obviously, mostly about preventing the fiscal cliff and stopping a wave of huge spending cuts. At the same time, legislators did find ways to make some relatively important health policy changes too. They include everything from raising Medicare doctor’s pay, repealing a part of the Obamacare and cutting over a billion from the law’s funding. Let’s get right to it.
I would like to begin my message by thanking our Board of Directors, members, corporate partners and friends who continue to support MSNVA year after year, and believe in organized medicine.