I am feeling a little like the Winooski River, when it freezes over and then dams up, causing the water to overflow the banks and wreak havoc locally.
First, I have to be clear: my knowledge of the arcane RBRVS system, the RUC committees, CMS, etc., is all driven by my work for pediatricians. Thus, I have a very skewed view of how it works. Almost all of the changes to the CMS budget affect my clients indirectly and I have very little …
[Note: Since this post, there are have been major changes to the RVUs. Check more recent posts in this blog, like this one. You may also want to go directly to PCC’s on-line RVU tools.] First, a sincere thank you to Linda Walsh at the AAP for this update. Linda is like a sharp dagger …
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