At OOSS Symposium 2018, Michael Romansky, JD, delivered an impactful Washington Update centered on CMS' latest rule proposal and its affect on ophthalmic ASCs. Watch the Washington Update Highlights video.
In September, CMS proposed reducing, modifying, or eliminating a number of obsolete, unnecessary, and burdensome regulations impacting a multitude of providers. In comments to the agency, OOSS is strenuously urging CMS to finalize and adopt three proposed provisions.
The October issue of the OASC covers everything from tips for integrating the latest advancement in glaucoma surgery into the practice to how to potentially reduce the number of corneal transplantations in keratoconus patients. Read now.
OOSS joined ASCRS, ASRS, and SEE in submitting comments to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) regarding its proposed 2018 ASC payment regulation.
CMS Proposes to Eliminate CMS Certification Requirements for Comprehensive H&Ps & Transfer Agreements with Hospitals
CMS proposed reducing, modifying, or eliminating a number of obsolete, unnecessary, and burdensome regulations impacting a multitude of providers. At least two of these would have a positive impact on ambulatory surgery centers.
The BETA Test is open to OOSS member facilities only. The survey is for Accreditation with Medicare deemed status. The BETA Test Group runs through the end of 2019. Submit your interest form today.
On July 19, OOSS Resource Partners Medical Consulting Group and the Compliancy Group co-hosted the “HIPAA 101 for the Ophthalmic ASC: The 30-Minute Guide to Understanding Compliance” webinar.
The latest issue of OASC features articles on the nuances of providing top-tier refractive cataract surgery, staffing your ASC for maximum efficiency, and the science behind new guidelines to address instrument sterilization and cleaning.