Comment Letter | Legal and Regulatory Compliance

HFMA Comments on Modernizing and Clarifying the Physician Self-Referral Regulations Proposed Rule

Comment Letter | Legal and Regulatory Compliance

HFMA Comments on Modernizing and Clarifying the Physician Self-Referral Regulations Proposed Rule

HFMA submitted comments to CMS on the proposed rule related to the physician-self referral regulations, published in the October 17, 2019, Federal Register. Comments include specific proposals related to the:

  • Definitions Related to Facilitating the Transition to Value-based Care and Fostering Care Coordination
  • Value-based Exceptions to the Physician Self-Referral Rule
  • Recalibrating Scope and Application of Regulations

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