Providers No Longer Expect CMS To Propose ACO Rule Soon

By John Wilkerson
August 25, 2014 at 6:58 PM
The White House Office of Management and Budget rejected CMS' proposed rule on the second round of accountable care organization contracts, provider lobbyists say, but it appears the agency will forge ahead with proposed updates to quality measures that take effect next year, even though other changes to the program will not be known until later. For more than a year, providers have been urging CMS to revamp the Medicare Shared Savings Program, which is the Obamacare flagship policy for...

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