January 4, 2023
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Changes in Medicare’s approach to chronic kidney disease, such as the Advancing American Kidney Health initiative and the end-stage renal disease treatment choice model, have attracted providers and value-based care groups.
“Nephrologists have data on their patients that was previously unavailable and would rather spend their time slowing the progression of kidney disease,” said Chris Riopelle. CEO Said he was the co-founder of Strive Health. Helio“Doctors want to do this”
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Another headline-reported provider will receive $265.57 per treatment for patients undergoing dialysis in an outpatient facility in January 2023.
In terms of CMS updates, John P. Butler Healio said: Or at home. An inflexible system to deal with an unprecedented workforce crisis puts patients and entire communities at risk. ”
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CMS Announces Final Rule on Dialysis Care Payments
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Q&A: US Task Force Considers Routine Chronic Kidney Disease Screening
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3 proposed by CMS.1% Increased payments to dialysis providers in 2023
CMS announced a proposed rule that would add $6.19 to the current dialysis treatment bundle starting in January. read more.