Chief Healthcare Executive January 19, 2022
Ron Southwick

The Medical Group Management Association outlines its priorities for the year ahead.

Medical groups are looking to Washington for more support in dealing with COVID-19, but the group’s priorities for the next year go beyond the pandemic.

The Medical Group Management Association outlined its top issues for 2022.

Anders Gilberg, senior vice president of the MGMA, said medical groups are looking to see some of the regulatory flexibility allowed under the COVID-19 public health emergency to be made permanent.

The Biden administration just extended the public health emergency for another 90 days. The emergency allows greater flexibility for everything from telehealth to vaccines.

“As we move into the third calendar year of the pandemic, it is critical to integrate the...

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