Good to see that CMS is looking to pay for non face to face care coordination services. These services are very important for patients and will improve quality and outcomes.
As part of its advocacy efforts on behalf of its members, on September 2, the Population Health Alliance (PHA) wrote to Ms. Marilyn Tavenner, CMS Administrator, to applaud the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) efforts to improve care for beneficiaries with multiple chronic conditions by facilitating payment for non-face-to-face care coordination services.
Read the letter Re: CMS 2015 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule
If you are interested in the Population Health Alliance (PHA)’ advocacy and government affairs work, please, come on board and work with us:
- Learn more about our Current Initiatives
- Become a member of the Population Health Alliance (PHA)
- Get involved in one of our Committees
- Attend the PHA Forum 2014 “Advocacy Implications for Population Health Management Institute.”