Piga Primary Care
Piga Primary Care is an online primary care provider who accepts Medicare and Medicaid patients. He offers telehealth services, but has not yet specified how he will offer them. He can be contacted by phone, email, or by going online to schedule an appointment. The practice also accepts appointments from patients through the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
Data source: 2014 Medicare Physician and Other Supplier National Provider Identifier (NPI) Aggregate Report
This data source includes information on payment and utilization by Medicare providers and suppliers. The information is organized by National Provider Identifier (NPI), Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System code, and Medicare payment code. The data also includes claims data from DMEPOS MACs. The report contains data for Medicare patients and suppliers for the calendar years 2013 and 2015.
The 2015 report also includes information on the use of EHRs by physicians and suppliers. The data is based on a survey of over 200,000 physicians and suppliers who are eligible to participate in the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program. This report contains information regarding eligibility, payment adjustments, and hardship exceptions.
The report covers the U.S. population, including both the elderly and young. The number of people over 65 increased by 28% from 2004 to 2015, while the number of people under the age of 65 increased by 6.5%. These two factors led to increased healthcare spending in the U.S. by 4.0% annually between 1995 and 2015. The number of elderly Americans is likely to continue increasing, resulting in an increased need for an efficient healthcare system.
The LEIE dataset is not all inclusive, and some providers with fraud convictions continue to practice medicine. However, the dataset does include a small percentage of physicians without NPI values. In one table, four physicians had no NPI.
Data source: 2014 Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Physician and Other Supplier National Provider Identifier (NPI) Aggregate Report
The data source for the 2014 Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIIP) Physician and Other Supplier National Provider Identifyer (NPI) Aggregate Report is the National Provider Identifier (NPI). This report provides information about providers in a geographic area. This report also provides information about the volume of patients seen during a 90-day reporting period.
This report includes data from EP35 eligible providers who work in Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) and FQHCs. In order to qualify for Medicaid reimbursement, eligible providers must attest using a group NPI and use the same patient volume reporting period.
The data source identifies hospital providers by location. Hospitals certified as pediatric facilities must meet certain criteria to be included. The hospital must have a minimum patient volume of 10% of Medicaid beneficiaries.
The NPI data source is updated annually by CMS. The National Provider Identifier (NPI), which is a unique identification number that uniquely identifies a provider, is an important identifier for pediatric care. It is important to identify provider data for research purposes, to support decision-making, and to improve patient care.
This data source is required by the Affordable Care Act. It also includes quality data required by hospices, long-term care hospitals, and physicians. Section 10331 of the Affordable Care Act requires certain data for these programs.