CardioVascular Coalition May 2018 Newsletter

CardioVascular Coalition May 2018 Newsletter. Contents include:

  • MedPAC Hosts April Meeting
  • CMS Releases Final Report Showing 11.8 Million Enrolled in 2018 Exchange Coverage
  • Joint Select Committee on Budget and Appropriations Process Reform Holds First Public Hearing
  • Recent Study Finds Flaws in Costly Physician Performance Metrics
  • Group of Democratic Senators Introduce New Medicare For All Bill
  • Federal Court Decision Denies DOJ Argument to Block Class Action Status
  • CBO Report Finds Slow 2018 Medicare Growth Rate
  • CBO Report Projects Deficits Topping $1 Trillion
  • JAMA Releases Study on Increases in US Health Care Spending, 1996
  • State Innovation Models Releases New Analysis Showing Alternative Pay Models Lack of Interest by Private Payers
  • Avalere Releases Report Finding ACOs have Increased Federal Spending
  • House Ways and Means Holds Hearing on Identifying Innovative Practices and Technology in Health Care
  • CMMI Issues RFI on Direct Provider Contracting

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