By Abhinav Shashank – Transitioning and succeeding in value-based care is increasingly becoming the focus of many providers. Despite initial reservations, many providers are becoming ardent supporters of VBC payment models and are often the catalysts for change in their organizations.Read More
Black Book Survey: Pressures of Value-Based Care Reforms Trigger Sharp Increase in Clinical Outsourcing Partnerships, Black Book Survey Results
By Kermit Randa – Value-based care, consumerism, and the pressure to strengthen balance-sheets demand a new breed of healthcare finance leader. A recent Black Book survey shows that a more intense focus on leveraging digital technologies and advanced analytics is….
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is proposing major policy changes to ensure clinicians spend more time providing high-value care for patients instead of filing cumbersome paperwork.
By William A. Hyman – While there were many interesting things addressed in the May 23rd webinar “ABCs of the QPP: Learnings & Trends in Value-Based Care – A Retrospective” which was hosted by Answers Media Network, I was intrigued by the timeline of programs past, present, and planned.
By Carlene Anteau RN – As providers continue to evolve away from fee-for-service healthcare and towards a value-based care system, patient education is becoming more important than ever.
By Beth Houck – MS designed the MIPS program to be a catalyst for change, offering healthcare organizations a low-risk path to gradually transition to value-based payment models. Many organizations reacted negatively, viewing MIPS as another complex federal compliance program, which it certainly is.
By Dr. Mansoor Khan – Medicare’s Bundled Payment for Care Improvement (BPCI) program has seen more ups and downs than the stock market. Here we go again! CMS seems to be pulling another about-face on Bundled Payments.
By Matt Dumas – There is a perfect storm brewing in healthcare with trends that have combined to form tailwinds that are now poised to drive massive expansion in the home healthcare market.