Chronic Care Quality: Industry Engages Lawmakers, As CMS Floats Core Measures
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Industry groups tell a Senate committee that federal health care quality measures for patients with chronic conditions should reduce burdens on providers, and also address underuse – as well as overuse – of medical technologies. Meanwhile, CMS and private insurers released their first set of core quality measures as a basis for payments to ACOs and other fee-for-service alternatives.
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