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At the Wynne Health Group, it’s our mission to help people be healthy. We understand that is at the heart of your mission too. By leveraging our decidedly un-Washington combination of substantive depth and political heft, you can achieve your goals.

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Policy Hub is the only comprehensive database of Federal health policy developments, catalogued by over 200 healthcare topics and programs of importance to organizations in the space. Regulations, reimbursement, grants, ACA implementation, hearing summaries, CRS Reports, pending legislation – you get it all here, with comprehensive, expert analysis.

Agency’s Office of the Actuary Projects Health Care Cost Hikes in Coming Decade

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)’s Office of the Actuary (OACT) released their latest projections for national health expenditure growth between 2018 and 2027. Major overall findings include an average annual spending growth of 5.5 percent, with spending estimated to reach $6.0 trillion by 2027. The agency also estimated growth in national health spending to outpace growth in… (LaRosa, 2/20/19) #Costs, #Employer Sponsored Insurance, #Hospitals, #Medicaid – General, #Medicare – General, #Pharmaceuticals

2019 Information on Promoting Interoperability, EHR Program Requirements

CMS posted new resources for the 2019 program year for the Promoting Interoperability (PI) Programs, formerly the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Programs. Note that Feb. 28, 2019 marks the end of the attestation period for PI Programs for Calendar Year (CY) 2018 reporting. To view Medicare-specific PI requirements, see here. To view Medicaid-specific PI requirements, see… (Pahner, 2/19/19) #Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs), #Electronic Health Records (EHRs), #Health Information Technology (HIT), #Hospitals, #Physicians