On August 28, HRSA issued proposed guidance pertaining to the 340B program. What does it mean, and how can your organization prepare for change?
FHIR is an emerging technology standard for exchanging data that represents a fundamental shift away from a document-centric approach to a more granular, data-level approach.
The PCMH model has historically focused on primary care medicine. Now the Patient-Centered Specialty Practice recognition program is aimed at aligning specialty care models with those of their primary care counterparts.
Amid healthcare’s continuing transition to value-based care delivery, many health systems are considering the possibility of developing bundled payment programs for single episodes of care. But which service is best to bundle?
The passing of MACRA represents CMS' dramatic shift toward value-based payment models.
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.
As the healthcare industry continues shifting to value-based care delivery, nurturing and maintaining an informed health system is more important than ever. But being informed involves more than just gathering data – converting that data into actionable information and leveraging it to make clinical, operational, financial, strategic, and technological decisions is critical.
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