IMPAQ’s Advanced Analytics Division is proud to sponsor and exhibit at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) National Capital Area (NCA) Chapter event, The Future of MACRA – what to expect? The event will take place on March 16 from 5:30 - 8:30 PM in Arlington, VA. Stop by our exhibit table to learn how our Advanced Analytics Division is driving health information technology innovation.
About the Event
The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) goes into effect for Medicare physicians and clinicians starting in 2017. These implementation rules released by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) represent the most significant changes to Medicare since its inception. This program will examine the following questions to better understand its evolution and opportunity.
- How did the MACRA legislation evolve from conception to implementation?
- What is the status of the final rule and do you forsee any changes/amendments?
- How is CMS prioritizing the implementation?
- Does CMS continue to see compliance with the commercial plan deadline of three years?
- How will physicians be evaluated under MIPS?
- What is the acquisition strategy for the MACRA contracting opportunities and what vehicles are being targeted?
- How will the new administration influence the direction of MACRA implementation?
- How will Meaningful Use requirements be different depending upon the type of provider attesting with the passage of the MACRA?
About HIMSS NCA
HIMSS NCA is the only federally focused chapter of HIMSS and is based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. The chapter currently consists of more than 850 members who are passionate about health information management and the technologies that drive health information technology innovation. The chapter members represent hospitals, managed care organizations, vendors, integrated delivery systems, academia, non-profit healthcare organizations, as well as government agencies such as the Military Health System, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Health & Human Services, and other federal agencies with a health care focus.