Provider organizations can utilize this checklistto assess program structure, organizational strategy, and capacity in order to evaluate participation in voluntary Medicaid ACO models.
Given the increasing demand for comprehensive and high quality primary care, healthcare organizations continue to explore ways to expand care team infrastructure to allow for improved capacity and collaboration. This article looks at how these teams can support financial and care management goals.
Provider-sponsored health plans are not for every organization. This article for HFMA offers a framework to help healthcare leaders assess their organization's readiness.
CMS identifies final rule and the 98 markets mandated to participate in a bundled payment program for cardiac care, as well as surgical hip and femur fracture care.
Several CMS programs enable organizations that rely heavily on fee for service to ease into population health.
Organizations that resist the shift to value-based reimbursement are delaying the inevitable, and losing ground to their competitors.
What does CMS's 2017 payment rule on spine procedures mean for ASC stakeholders?
How health systems relying on fee-for-service reimbursement can still execute population health strategies.
The days of fee-for-service payment with no emphasis on quality and cost management are rapidly drawing to a close.
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