Healthcare Finance News July 27, 2020
Among other provisions, the bill extends the 5% advanced APM bonus for an additional six years and modifies thresholds to achieve the bonus.
Thirteen national provider groups support the newly-introduced House bill, the Value in Health Care Act of 2020, a bipartisan effort that proposes to make changes to the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) of 2015.
The bill specifically amends many of the program parameters of Medicare’s Alternative Payment Models to increase participation.
It extends the 5% advanced alternative payment model bonus for an additional six years, modifies the threshold to achieve the bonus and authorizes a study of the overlap of various Medicare APMs.
The 13 organizations told the bill’s cosponsors by letter that they support the...