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‘Data dump’ reveals billions in pharma payments to docs, hospitals

CMS’s Open Payments website goes live, publishing transactional data on $3.5 billion worth of payments made by pharmaceutical and medical device companies to doctors and hospitals over the last five months of 2013.

Information Governance: Principles for Healthcare (IGPHC)

At its annual conference, AHIMA publishes an information governance framework to help health systems establish “an organization-wide framework for managing information throughout its lifecycle and for supporting the organization’s strategy, operations, regulatory, legal, risk, and environmental requirements.”

About 44,000 apply for MU hardship exception

CMS reports that it received 44,000 hardship exception applications from providers prior to the July 1 deadline.

PQRS GPRO Registration Extended Until October 3rd

The Physician Quality Reporting System enrollment window for the Group Practice Enrollment Option will remain open until October 3 due to a software glitch that prevented some provider groups from enrolling by the September 30 deadline.

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