Technical.ly: How Nava PBC helped government make Medicare’s largest change ever

“… At Nava, user-centric technology improves the relationship between government and people. The company is building an API that will transform how doctors get paid to care for the country’s 34 million Medicare recipients, ushering in the largest change in Medicare history. This award-winning API has broken new ground in software development at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) as the first public transactional API in the history of agency, and the first to be developed in the open…”

“What are some of the key parts of an average day in terms of how you interact with the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services? What stands out about working so closely with government agencies?”

“Mari Miyachi: Our government partners are lifelong civil servants who have really good intentions about wanting to improve this system for Medicare patients and Medicare doctors. Every day we have to dig deep into understanding why a policy is written a certain way, and…” Read the full article here.

Source: How Nava PBC helped government make Medicare’s largest change ever – By Nina Sparling, June 18, 2018. Technical.ly.

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