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Potential COVID-19 Hardship Exception Extended to 2021 MIPS

CMS is offering the option of obtaining a COVID Exception from reporting for MIPS for 2021, according to the following stated criteria from CMS:
Can I Apply for an Extreme and Uncontrollable Circumstances Exception?
Yes. If you believe you have been affected by an extreme and uncontrollable circumstance (such as the public health emergency triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic), you can apply for this exception whether reporting traditional MIPS or the APM Performance Pathway (APP).
Extreme and uncontrollable circumstances are defined as rare events entirely outside of your control and the control of the facility in which [ . . . ]

6 out of 10 People Choose a Doctor Based on a Convenient Location

location buildingWhen a patient chooses a doctor or a hospital, the decision process is often driven, not by quality factors, but by simple geography. Check out these surprising and insightful numbers…

Three recent surveys seem to agree; “location” is a highly significant consideration. What’s more, according to Healthgrades data, “convenient location” is more than twice as important to consumers selecting a [ . . . ]

Business Consultants/Guide to Starting Your Own Medical Practice

8 Myths About Being a Self-Employed Physiatrist

Do you dream of being a self-employed physiatrist but feel like you don’t have the money, knowledge, or skills to get a practice going? Your concerns might be unfounded and grounded in some of the common myths about self-employment. Imagine being able to increase your income and have a more flexible schedule. These benefits are a real possibility when you are your own boss. So, let’s start exposing the eight myths for what they really are.

1. Self-employed [ . . . ]

7 Types of Insurance to Protect Your Medical Practice

7 Types of Insurance to Protect Your Medical Practice

If you’re a family physician who manages your own private practice, then you are well aware of the challenges that come with being a business owner. You’re the judge, jury and executioner when it comes to laying the ground rules for how you want your practice to operate. But if you’ve recently acquired your own independent practice, there are a few things you need know – namely how you can protect your practice from various risks.

From day one of opening your practice, you expose yourself to certain liabilities, which is why [ . . . ]

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