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Moody’s to Request New Supplemental Data From Providers

Moody’s Investors Service has announced that it will request new supplemental data from providers for fiscal years 2011 and 2012 to better understand how they are performing under the Affordable Care Act. According to Moody’s, the request will include data on new payment arrangements and patient demand, as well as new physician data. Moody’s also will be collecting data on how hospitals are reimbursed, which will provide an indication of risk and strategy. For more information, see attached article.