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We take the business out of healthcare

Every month seems to bring additional complexities to healthcare; new layers of paperwork, new regulations to learn, new policies to develop and implement. You can easily spend as much time caring for your practice as you do for the people who seek your professional help. Is this how you wanted to spend your career?

You care for the patients. We take care of everything else.

Grand Management Group is a closely knit team of financial and practice management specialists who focus on the day-to-day, month-to-month, and year-to-year policy and procedural aspects of your practice so that you can focus on patient care. We support you with efficient, personal service; relevant, reliable information; and effective, innovative solutions that keep pace with your changing needs and the requirements of a dynamic profession. We can help you manage financial priorities, enhance your practice management methods, and take full advantage of new opportunities. We offer accounting, tax, retirement, consulting, information technology and practice management services that are healthcare specific and seamlessly integrated.

Count on Grand Management Group to manage your practice
so you can practice medicine.

News & Notices

CMS Hardship Exception Applications Extension

CMS announced the reopening of the submission period for hardship exception applications for eligible professionals and eligible hospitals to avoid the 2015 Medicare payment adjustments for not demonstrating meaningful use of Certified Electronic Health Record Technology (CEHRT). The new deadline will be November 30, 2014.

CMS Announces Availability of 2013 Quality and Resource Use Reports
On September 30, CMS made 2013 Quality and Resource Use Reports (QRURs) available to group practices and physician solo practitioners nationwide. The 2013 QRURs include data assessing a group practice or solo practitioner’s performance on cost measures, information about the services and procedures contributing most to beneficiaries’ costs, as well as performance on quality measures. For more information on QRURs, please call our office or visit

Up to Date Business Associate Agreements

The Final HIPAA Omnibus Rule (Final Rule) published January 25, 2013 contained several new requirements for Business Associate Agreements. Grandfathered BA agreements that were in place prior to January 25, 2013 were deemed to be compliant for one year. The one year expiration is approaching. Covered entities and business associates must ensure that their grandfathered BA agreements are updated to comply with the Final Rule. For questions regarding your BA Agreements, please call our office today.

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