Guest blog author: Dr. Wael Jaber - Chair, ASNC - EACVI Session
On Dec. 2, the U.S. House of Representatives passed what is being called the biggest health reform bill since the Affordable Care Act. The 21st Century Cures Act passed the House by a vote of 392-26. The bill most notably invests $4.796 in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) over 10 years and $500 million to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), although that funding would need to be released by congressional appropriators to be spent.
Nuclear cardiology practices from across the United States are enrolling in ASNC's ImageGuide Registry, a decision that positions them to fulfill Medicare's new reporting requirements and advance their quality-improvement goals, all while making few administrative changes and, for ASNC members, incurring no new costs.
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