DHPA welcomes G.I. Associates of West Alabama as its 78th member practice and the third independent GI practice to join from the state of Alabama. G.I. Associates of West Alabama is the premier subspecialty gastroenterology practice for Tuscaloosa and surrounding communities in West Alabama. All seven physicians in the practice are fully board certified in […]
DHPA is proud to welcome its 77th member with the addition of Gateway Gastroenterology in Chesterfield, Missouri, the second member practice in the state. Gateway Gastroenterology is a group of eight board certified gastroenterologists who provide outstanding care in a timely, courteous, and professional manner. It offers a wide variety of gastroenterology services including inpatient […]
DHPA welcomes its 76th member with the addition of Puget Sound Gastroenterology in Seattle, Washington, the fourth member practice in the state. Puget Sound Gastroenterology is dedicated to caring for patients with digestive disorders. This focus has given its medical team an unparalleled expertise in this specialized area. The entire staff is committed to providing […]
The Medicare Care Coordination Improvement Act would remove barriers to physician practice participation in APMs. Specifically, it would provide CMS the same authority to waive restrictions in the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute for physicians seeking to develop and operate APMs as was provided to Accountable Care Organizations in the Affordable Care Act. It would allow physician practices to incentivize practitioners to provide high quality care while alternative payment models are under development and in operation.
Washington, D.C. – The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced today it has withdrawn a rule proposed in 2016 to implement a new Medicare Part B Payment Model that included a nationwide demonstration program that would have adversely impacted patient access to Remicade and other drugs essential to the treatment of conditions such […]