e-Reports 10-7-2021

ISMA joins AMA in calling for Congress to prevent Medicare payment cuts

[10/7/2021]

A bipartisan effort is underway in Washington, D.C., to save physicians from looming cuts in the Medicare physician payment system that could prove catastrophic for many practices.

CMS adjusts MIPS results, reopens reweighting requests

[10/7/2021]

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has made adjustments resulting in changes to some performance feedback.

There’s still time to ‘Educate to Legislate’ on scope of practice issues
 

[10/7/2021]

During ISMA’s virtual district meetings over the summer months, state lawmakers consistently shared one piece of advice: Meet with your senator and representative face-to-face.

New COVID provider relief funds, rural payments available; apply through Oct. 26

[10/7/2021]

An additional $25.5 billion in COVID-19 provider funding (Phase 4) is now available, and applications will be accepted until Oct. 26 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Preview the 2022 ISMA physician leadership program

[10/7/2021]

ISMA will be offering a 2022 physician leadership program designed to strengthen the core skills you need to feel prepared and to succeed – skills not taught in medical schools.

Notice of Special Election – District 7 Alternate Trustee to the ISMA Board of Trustees

[10/7/2021]

If you are a member of ISMA District 7 (the Indianapolis area – Marion, Hendricks, Morgan and Johnson Counties only) and your email address is on file with ISMA, you should have received an email Monday afternoon regarding the special election.

Indiana Drug Card helps save on medications

[10/7/2021]

Even with changes to insurance plans for 2021, one benefit remains the same. The Indiana Drug Card is available to all Indiana residents at absolutely no cost.

Webinar next week counts toward CME mandate to renew a CSR
 

[10/7/2021]

Only one more live webinar in the 2021 Opioid CME Series, presented by ISMA, remains before the Oct. 31 deadline to renew a controlled substances registration.