With the right framework in place, rationalization can position a health system to avoid duplication of services, ensure its services are delivered in the optimal setting, and reduce the overall cost of care.
In a value-based world, providers must be able to exchange data across a network of partners.
A look back at the 2016 National Bundled Payment Summit in Washington, D.C.
Care model transformation is an incremental process, and what an organization sacrifices in speed it can make up for in stability.
With the AHC model, CMS aims to improve overall care by steering Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries to social services available in their communities.
A coordinated post-acute care model can help keep patients from returning to ER.
The Accountable Health Communities model attempts to bridge a critical gap between clinical care and community and social services.
Telemedicine is increasingly becoming a viable means of reaching patients who are located in remote areas, unable to travel, or want a more convenient healthcare experience.
Coordination is at the heart of patient-centered care. As the medical neighborhood model evolves, Emma Mandell Gray talks about the tools and processes providers are using to improve coordination and what the early returns have been.
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