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Physicians and group practices able to report specific quality measures electronically in 2010 will be identified publicly by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), based on new federal law.
An influential body that advises Congress on healthcare policy is recommending that the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) develop quality measures in the fee-for-service Medicare program that would permit direct comparisons with the quality of care achieved by Medicare managed care plans.
The National Coordinator for Health Information Technology is proposing a temporary electronic health record (EHR) technology certification program, followed by a permanent program under a new proposed rule.
IPRO Medical Director Alan Silver, MD, MPH has been chosen for the Advisory Board of a special issue of Doctors Digest devoted to technology for primary care offices.
James R. Tallon, Jr., a nationally recognized leader in health policy in the U.S., will keynote IPRO's 26th Annual Meeting, to be held June 8th at the LaGuardia Marriott hotel in East Elmhurst, NY.