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MSNJ’s Statement on NJ Medicaid Expansion
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Brianna B Meister | Released: March 1, 2013, 9:07 am
Governor Christie’s decision to expand Medicaid is a positive step that will create access to health insurance for many uninsured residents. Importantly, this decision will make additional investment in the program possible. This is also an opportunity to align incentives and create a robust net
URGENT: Registration for EHR Incentive Program Needed to Avoid eRx Penalty
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Melissa Zarzycki | Released: January 30, 2013, 2:10 pm
CMS Extends Time for Filing eRx Hardship to Avoid 2013 Penalty CMS has re-opened the Communications Support page to allow physicians who missed the June 30th deadline to file for a Medicare eRx hardship exemption in order to avoid the 1.5 percent penalty in 2013. Physicians who would like to file
URGENT: HIPAA Deadline this Friday, 1/25/13
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Brianna B Meister | Released: January 23, 2013, 2:50 pm
URGENT: HIPAA Deadline this Friday, 1/25/13. Verify your business associate and subcontractor agreements if you haven't already done so.
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Medicare 2013 Fee Schedule Updated
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Melissa Zarzycki | Released: January 22, 2013, 9:57 am
The corrected 2013 Medicare fee schedule is now posted on the Novitas website.
The deadline for changes in physician participation status has been extended to February 15, 2013. MSNJ recommends that physicians, who are considering their participation options, review the AMA’s Medicare Participa
AMA: Last-Minute Action to Avert Cuts to Physicians Shows the Need for Meaningful Medicare Changes
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Brianna B Meister | Released: January 2, 2013, 2:22 pm
“Congress averted a drastic cut of 26.5 percent from hitting physicians who care for Medicare patients on January 1. This patch temporarily alleviates the problem, but Congress’ work is not complete; it has simply delayed this massive, unsustainable cut for one year.