Welcome to our newsletter and announcement archive

  • Announcement - September 2016 - As some of you may have seen or heard, last week, Gov. Bentley announced that Medicaid restored the Primary Care Enhanced Physician Rates (“Bump"). Notifications are being sent out now, but we thought we would also alert you to what you need to do to begin receiving this enhanced payment again:
  • Newsletter - October 2016 - Welcome to our very first newsletter. We are excited to have this opportunity to bring you all the latest news. In this months newsletter we discuss current risk analysis news as well as the state level registry (SLR). We finish up with RCOs are back and upcoming events.
  • Announcement - October 2016 - You are eligible to participate in the MIPS track of the Quality Payment Program if you bill more than $30,000 to Medicare Part B, and provide care to more than 100 Medicare patients per year and you are a:
  • Announcement - December 2016 - Management and Medical Consulting Services now has Risk Analysis assistance available for those providers eligible for participation in the Medicaid Meaningful Use Incentive Program who wish to perform their own Risk Analysis. Performing a Risk Analysis is one of many requirements for Incentive Payments under Medicaid Meaningful Use.
  • Newsletter - February 2017 - Five Reasons Ransomware Remains a Serious Threat: This is a great article emphasizing the importance of preventing ransomware on your devices! It goes into detail on reasons why ransomware should be taken seriously.
  • Newsletter - May 2017 - Be on the look out for a letter from the Medicare Administrative Contractor that processes Medicare Part B claims. Medicare providers should have received this letter in late April or May. The letter will have each MIPS clinician associated with the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) listed with participation status
  • Announcement - May 2017 - While some of you have heard the latest news with regard to a significant cyber security breach in the UK and other international countries, HHS also has evidence of this attack affecting some in the United States.