Healthcare saw some big changes in 2016.
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.
Organizations that resist the shift to value-based reimbursement are delaying the inevitable, and losing ground to their competitors.
Several CMS programs enable organizations that rely heavily on fee for service to ease into population health.
The rising and unsustainable cost of healthcare that precipitated the ACA still persists.
If your organization bills for Medicare Part B, you’re now in the value-based care business.
If your organization is facing CJR target pricing, you won’t be able to recognize improvement until you evaluate your organization’s baseline performance.
When it comes to adopting a care transformation model, the stakes are high. Here's an overview of four value-based care models every healthcare executive should know.
For leaders willing to embrace change, the shift to value is an opportunity to achieve new levels of success.
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