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Infographic: Are Specialty Practices Prepared for MACRA?

A growing number of specialty physicians, comprised mainly of oncologists and urologists, recognize that clinical, financial and operational changes are needed to be successful under value-based healthcare reimbursement models stemming from MACRA regulations. However, the majority has not yet invested in organizational, IT, or service improvements needed to achieve them, according to a new study by Integra Connect.

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MACRA Survey Finds Oncology Physicians Unprepared for Payment Changes

According to Charles Saunders, MD, chief executive officer of Integra Connect, most practices struggle with the electronic reporting requirements associated with Merit-based Incentive Payment Systems (MIPS) and alternative payment models (APMs) and often require manual chart audits.

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Few Specialists Prepared for MACRA Implementation, MIPS Reporting

All 800 specialty physicians surveyed in June by Integra Connect stated that they have yet to fully comprehend MACRA, resulting in few specialists investing in the capabilities needed for MACRA implementation.

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Hospital CFO Report

Survey: Few specialty practices prepared for MACRA

Many specialty physicians are increasingly learning about Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act requirements, but few are preparing their practices to fulfill them, according to a survey from West Palm Beach, Fla.-based Integra Connect.

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Specialists say they’re not prepared to handle MACRA

“The data show that an increasing number of specialty physicians are realizing that the transition to more holistic management of patients in support of MACRA will require fundamental changes,” says Charles Saunders, MD, CEO at Integra Connect. “The challenge is that few are taking the necessary actions to ensure success.”

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Healthcare IT News

Specialty practices way behind on MACRA readiness, survey shows

A new survey from technology provider Integra Connect has found that a majority of specialty physicians have yet to make the necessary organizational, IT, or service investments to achieve success under MACRA success.

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Specialty Practices Not Ready for MACRA, Survey Finds

One hundred percent of specialty physicians indicated that they have not yet fully grasped MACRA’s impact on their practices, according to a recent survey from West Palm Beach, Fla.-based vendor Integra Connect.

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Healthcare IT News

Specialists are driving value-based care; Analytics and population health tech can help them

Specialist physicians have a unique place in the care continuum. Although they traditionally have provided care with great focus, they are increasingly responsible for much more of the care delivered to individuals and as the industry shifts to a value-based care model they will have an even more important role to play.

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Part B News

As compliance costs mount, take advantage of 4 tips for better MIPS reporting

Part B News’ Roy Edroso caught up with Integra Connect CEO, Charles Saunders in his latest article covering 4 tips for better MIPS reporting. Data capture through manual chart abstraction is one way to insure the correct information is reported. Saunders talks about the importance of this method and the resources available from Integra Connect to help practices comply with MIPS reporting requirements.

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Integra Connect, IOBS partnership aims to improve oncology patient triage

West Palm Beach, Fla.-based Integra Connect, a provider of clinical and financial solutions to specialty groups, partnered with Albuquerque, N.M.-based Innovative Oncology Business Solutions, a for-profit corporation managing the $19.8 million Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation award for the Community Oncology Medical Home model.

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