Beginning in 2019, if a practice provides care that is above the standard of care, they will receive a positive, or upward, adjustment to their reimbursements. Practices that fall short of the mark will be assessed a fee or penalty.
This White Paper provides comprehensive, easy-to-digest information to help you navigate the ins and outs of all things MACRA.
Preparing for Changes: While it was passed in 2015, MACRA will begin taking effect in 2019.
Budget Neutral: Those who choose to not participate could see upwards of 2% reduction in their reimbursement.
Medicare Part B Reimbursement: MACRA is designed to replace the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula
Knowing Your Options: Merit-Based Incentive Program System (MIPS) or Alternative Payment Modules (APMs)