In 2017, quality improvement organizations reported progress on a number of fronts in improving care for Medicare beneficiaries. The QIOs have been around since the 1970s and involve work from multiple stakeholders including providers and community partners to tackle pressing healthcare problems across the U.S. Citing this work on quality, the American Hospital Association is pushing an idea that would shift review of Medicare claims from recovery audit contractors to QIOs. That proposal has taken heat from RACs. Download the PDF.
Data Points: CMS' quality improvement organizations had far reach in 2017
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