Tag Archives: Medicare

Report: Trump Administration Moves to Make Telehealth Expansion Permanent

President Trump signed an Executive Order ensuring the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will continue to cover Medicare’s telehealth expansion. Additionally, CMS has proposed to make telehealth visits a permanent feature in the Medicare program. What can Medicare providers expect to see going forward?

The Rundown | Week of 11.4.2019

How likely are patients to research their doctors online? What’s inside CMS’ final rules? How many billions did healthcare data breaches cost in 2019? Find out in The Rundown!

How Physician-Led ACOs Accelerate the Volume-to-Value Transition

Physician-led ACOs helped save the healthcare industry $739 million last year while advancing value-based care. What can this teach providers about healthcare’s “Quadruple Aim” and the future of medicine?

The Rundown | Week of 9.9.2019

Can naps lower the risk of cardiovascular disease? How do Democrats plan to lower drug prices? How much less are female physicians paid? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 9.2.2019

Do optimists live longer? Why is Medicare paying hospices twice? What is Fitbit’s new personalized service? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 7.29.2019

Are health systems underinvesting in primary care? Do wearables improve health outcomes? What is in the Senate’s drug pricing legislation? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 7.22.2019

How many billions could primary care save in avoidable ED visits? Is obesity linked to brain thinning? Can a plant-based diet stave off diabetes? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 5.13.2019

Will listing drug prices rein in costs? Is meditation harmful? How does President Trump plan to combat surprise billing? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!