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What you should know about Part B drug payments to comply with IRA 2022

Innovaare Compliance

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 has wide-ranging impact on payments for drugs used by Medicare beneficiaries, whether they are administered in the provider’s office (Part B) or used in the ambulatory setting (Part D). Between 2008-2021, Medicare Part B drug spending per enrollee grew on average at 9.2 percent annually.

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Health Provider News

Hall Render

Report: Amazon Pauses 50-State Virtual Care Service Expansion UnitedHealth acquires Amedisys for $3.3B after home health provider reneges on Option deal Will the doctor see you now? Maybe not amid the changing healthcare landscape in the US. Here’s why.


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Infrastructure Funding Will Improve Broadband Access for Telehealth & Combat Opioid Epidemic

HIT Consultant

However, as a board-certified physician in addiction medicine and chief medical officer of a nationwide addiction medicine practice, waiting on government funding was not an option as we treated patients struggling with opioid use disorder (OUD) during the COVID pandemic. We need to do more.

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What an eventual end to the PHE would mean for telehealth

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Since the COVID-19 public health emergency was declared in 2020, the Department of Health and Human Services has renewed the legislation every 90 days. But by definition, an "emergency" can't last forever. What's at stake.