The CCJR Model from CMS is bringing mandatory bundled payments to many orthopedic programs across the country.
Partnerships between urban and rural oncology programs can be incredibly valuable in a value-based world.
How specialists can help turn medical homes into medical neighborhoods to better coordinate patient care.
Oncology providers are facing increasing pressure from payors and patients to deliver high-quality care in an efficient and economical manner. The patient-centered specialty practice is one model that has shown promise in meeting these objectives.
Cardiology practices are adopting interesting and innovative care models. Pacific Heart Institute's "enhanced access" program is an example.
Orthopedic programs and organizations better get ready for bundles payments.
Spectrum Health Cardiology has taken an innovative approach to compensation planning, and physicians approve.
The CCJR program proposed by CMS in July 2015 is accelerating the pace of payment reform, and it’s ramping up pressure on hospitals to effectively manage patients and monitor costs for joint replacements. This post spells out the program structure and physician relationship parameters.
Exploring the five components of the value-based enterprise – integrated, scaled, rationalized, informed, and responsive – and applying them to the delivery of MSK services.
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