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Docs Await ACA Compliance Rules

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Physicians are required to develop and maintain a compliance program in their practice under the Affordable Care Act, a burden some health policy experts say could be a heavy one for some practices.

Via Texas Medical Association
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Global’s services enable health insurance payers to effectively manage the business impact of Affordable Care Act (ACA), and thrive in an increasingly regulated and highly competitive environment. With the implementation of ACA, payers will be faced with several challenges due to increased access to insurance coverage and establishment of minimum value of insurance benefits. http://www.globalpayerresource.com/services.html

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Texas Medical Association's curator insight, May 31, 2013 9:02 AM

Repeal Harmful and Onerous State and Federal Regulations

 

After “health,” the most frequently used word in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is neither “patient” nor “physician” nor “hospital” nor “insurance.” “Secretary,” as in “the secretary of health and human services,” is mentioned more than 2,500 times in the 2,300-page bill. And more than 700 times, the PPACA says “the secretary shall.” Each of these directives is a sign of new regulations to come on physicians and health care. Unfortunately, the PPACA was not the genesis of physician regulation, nor are these busy rulemakers limited to the federal government. “An extensive regulatory framework … arose haphazardly, with little consideration of how the pieces fit together,” the Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Department of Justice reported in 2004. The huge numbers of state and federal regulations and their haphazard nature place tremendous burdens on physicians’ practices, most of which are still small businesses. These rules insert themselves between physicians and their patients, frequently do little to improve patient care, and divert physicians’ time and energy away from the patients in the exam room. We need to repeal, reorganize, and reprioritize if we want a functional health care delivery system.

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Global Payer Resource, a division of Global Healthcare Resource, brings to the table a deep understanding of ACA and its business implications for payers. Our services help payers take advantage of opportunities available under ACA for enhanced revenues and sustained growth. In 2012, the company coded over 3.2 million CPT and Diagnosis, processed over 2.8 million claims, and completed over 2 million successful calls to over 1000 healthcare organizations. We have been ISO 9001:2008 certified since 2007 and HIPAA compliant since our inception.

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Docs Await ACA Compliance Rules

Docs Await ACA Compliance Rules | ACA focused global solutions provider | Scoop.it
Physicians are required to develop and maintain a compliance program in their practice under the Affordable Care Act, a burden some health policy experts say could be a heavy one for some practices.

Via Texas Medical Association
globalpayers's insight:

Global’s services enable health insurance payers to effectively manage the business impact of Affordable Care Act (ACA), and thrive in an increasingly regulated and highly competitive environment. With the implementation of ACA, payers will be faced with several challenges due to increased access to insurance coverage and establishment of minimum value of insurance benefits. http://www.globalpayerresource.com/services.html

more...
Texas Medical Association's curator insight, May 31, 2013 9:02 AM

Repeal Harmful and Onerous State and Federal Regulations

 

After “health,” the most frequently used word in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is neither “patient” nor “physician” nor “hospital” nor “insurance.” “Secretary,” as in “the secretary of health and human services,” is mentioned more than 2,500 times in the 2,300-page bill. And more than 700 times, the PPACA says “the secretary shall.” Each of these directives is a sign of new regulations to come on physicians and health care. Unfortunately, the PPACA was not the genesis of physician regulation, nor are these busy rulemakers limited to the federal government. “An extensive regulatory framework … arose haphazardly, with little consideration of how the pieces fit together,” the Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Department of Justice reported in 2004. The huge numbers of state and federal regulations and their haphazard nature place tremendous burdens on physicians’ practices, most of which are still small businesses. These rules insert themselves between physicians and their patients, frequently do little to improve patient care, and divert physicians’ time and energy away from the patients in the exam room. We need to repeal, reorganize, and reprioritize if we want a functional health care delivery system.

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Global offers ACA focused solutions aimed at making payers competitive in a tough post- ACA environment

Global has developed a deep understanding of client challenges and business opportunities and provides services that create business value in an evolving healthcare market place. With over a decade of experience in the healthcare BPO vertical, the company's robust internal processes are built on a strong foundation of integrity, transparency and compliance.

globalpayers's insight:

Global Payer Resource, a division of Global Healthcare Resource, brings to the table a deep understanding of ACA and its business implications for payers. Our services help payers take advantage of opportunities available under ACA for enhanced revenues and sustained growth. In 2012, the company coded over 3.2 million CPT and Diagnosis, processed over 2.8 million claims, and completed over 2 million successful calls to over 1000 healthcare organizations. We have been ISO 9001:2008 certified since 2007 and HIPAA compliant since our inception.

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