By Joanne Finnegan @ Fierce Healthcare

While some say MACRA enjoys bipartisan support and is here to stay, two authors are hoping a new administration will introduce changes so doctors are no longer tied to their computers and electronic medical records.

At least participation in the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA), which puts in place Medicare reimbursement programs for physicians, should be voluntary, write co-authors Sally C. Pipes, president and CEO at the Pacific Research Institute, and Michael Koriwchak, M.D., an Atlanta doctor who is vice president of the Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation, in an opinion piece in Forbes.

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