These member tools provide comprehensive understanding of CPT® and ICD-10 coding changes effective for 2023, chart audits and elements of medical decision making, as well as the Medicare fee schedule.
As a member benefit, MGMA developed a comprehensive analysis of the 2023 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) final rule, which contains payment and coding updates for Medicare services, modifications to telehealth, changes to the Quality Payment Program (QPP), and more. This analysis explains the changes to Medicare quality reporting and to payment policies that will impact your practice in 2023.
- A recent omnibus spending bill is set to update 2023 Medicare physician pay rates. Subscribe to the Washington Connection weekly newsletter for updates on MGMA’s ongoing advocacy and updates to these resources.
The 2023 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Tool (Facility and Non-Facility) is designed to output the Medicare fee schedule based on data from the 2023 final rule. The tool allows you to select your locality and view what the proposed Medicare facility or non-facility reimbursement is projected to be. You can also enter a personalized percentage for providers who have contracts that are based on a percentage of Medicare.
This tool allows you to calculate the work RVU (wRVU) impact — based on the CPT® code and volume for an individual provider or a combined group of providers — from 2021 wRVU values to 2022 and 2022 values to 2023.
This member-exclusive resource includes major CPT® code revisions taking effect Jan. 1, 2023, including new codes, revised codes, and new, revised and deleted phrasings.
- For more information, read "Key changes to 2023 CPT® E/M codes and guidelines."
This downloadable guide includes a summary of updates made to ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting for fiscal year (FY) 2023, effective Oct. 1, 2022, through Sept. 30, 2023.