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  • Get Involved with ASNC! Submit Your 2016 ASNC Committee Volunteer Application Before Sept. 11

    • Wednesday, August 19, 2015
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    ASNC volunteer opportunities bring together an exclusive group of leaders, from all levels, to explore the many facets of our unique society. Committee work is essential to ASNC, and the Chairs routinely report to the Executive Council and the Board of Directors. ASNC relies on its members to provide volunteer leadership and support for its programs, events, and services. Deadline is Sept. 11. Make the most out of your ASNC membership and volunteer today!

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  • ASNC Responds to Finance Committee Request for Ideas to Improve Chronic Care

    • Monday, August 17, 2015
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    In May, the U.S. Senate Finance Committee launched a bipartisan process for addressing the challenges and costs associated with caring for Medicare beneficiaries with chronic conditions.  The committee held an initial hearing on the topic May 14 and a chronic care reform working group has been formed, led by committee members Sens. Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and Mark Warner (D-VA). This bipartisan group will study the complex issues surrounding chronic care and will produce an in-depth analysis of potential legislative solutions. These recommendations will serve as a foundation for bipartisan chronic care legislation.   As part of the process, the Senate Finance Committee solicited public and private stakeholders for their ideas on ways to improve outcomes for Medicare patients with chronic conditions. ASNC responded by encouraging the committee to consider adherence to appropriate use criteria as a clinical practice improvement activity under the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), which was established by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act as a replacement, in part, to the sustainable growth rate (SGR) formula.  ASNC also stressed the need for payment adequacy for nuclear cardiology services and alternative payment models that do not interfere with physician-patient decision making.  Full ASNC response 

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    • Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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    We've worked very hard to transition to this new website and hope you're happy with the new mobile-friendly navigation among other new features. Some tips: Clear your browser history and update any old bookmarks you may have to various pages of our old site that may no longer work. Use Google Chrome as your browser to navigate the site. We apologize for any inconvenience you may have experienced during the transistion period.-ASNC Staff

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