CMS: Beyond the Policy
This podcast demonstrates CMS commitment to transparency and outreach by presenting CMS-related policies, updates, and innovations on as many platforms as possible. It is also a direct response to stakeholder suggestions that a podcast would be a modern, user-friendly way to stay informed about the Agency.
Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is releasing the first episode in a series of short podcasts for frontline nursing home staff “CMS Beyond the Policy”.
Today’s edition is titled “Nursing Home Series for Front Line Clinicians and Staff.” Dr. Shari Ling, Deputy Chief Medical Office for The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and geriatrician is joined by David Wright, Director of the Quality Safety & Oversight Group to discuss training and infection control practices in nursing homes to help combat the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is releasing the latest episode of our podcast, CMS: Beyond the Policy. Today’s edition is titled “Healthcare Price Transparency.” Administrator Seema Verma is joined by Dr. Larry Van Horn of Vanderbilt University to discuss transparent pricing in health care and how CMS is delivering on the President’s executive order on price and quality transparency to empower patients and increase competition among providers.
Today's edition is titled "Medicare Open Enrollment: What You Need to Know." Kim Brandt, Principal Deputy Administrator for Operations, outlines what Medicare beneficiaries should know for this year's open enrollment season, share what's new and different, and provide some important fraud prevention tips.
Today’s edition is titled “Dispatches from the Blue Button Developers Conference.” This annual event brings together some of the nation’s top private-sector developers who are helping CMS to better serve Medicare beneficiaries by leveraging Medicare claims data. This podcast features key remarks from CMS Administrator Seema Verma, the application developers and Medicare beneficiaries, regarding the launch of the pilot project, Data at the Point of Care, and the value of these applications.