Healthcare Payer Operations Improve With More Data

As healthcare payer operations integrate new practices to align with the value-based care paradigm, payers are critically challenged with identifying root causes to solve issues in order to improve and sustain performance. BHM Healthcare Solutions play a critical role in a larger operational system and offers two resources for consideration when reviewing the larger payer operational landscape.

Collaborative Payer Provider Model Enhances Primary Care

Rising health care costs are threatening the fiscal solvency of patients, employers, payers, and governments. The Collaborative Payer Provider Model (CPPM) addresses this challenge by reinventing the role of the payer into a full-service collaborative ally of the physician. The article written by Thomas Doerr, Lisa Olsen, and Deborah Zimmerman for MDPI AG (Basel, Switzerland) identified and tested elements of the Collaborative Payer Provider Model (CPPM). Also in this post, the summary of the major differences between traditional payers and the CPPM.

2017-08-30T17:59:21+00:00 By |Trends|

Injured Worker Compensation Claims Uncover Relief

The results from a recently released report identified promising results in some of 26 state workers’ compensation systems. Using data comprising over 400,000 nonsurgical injured worker compensation claims with more than seven days of lost time, and over 2 million prescriptions are associated with these claims from 26 states, a new study from the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI) observed considerable decreases in the prevalence of longer-term dispensing of opioids to injured workers in a number of states studied.

Health Plans Create Best Practices: New Opioid Crisis Report

Health plans create best practices and lead with concrete strategies for preventing opioid overuse. The Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP) recently issued a report detailing the innovations and best practices of its member Health Plans in their efforts to combat opioid misuse and overuse. The opioid epidemic led to an estimated 33,000 deaths and more than 300,000 emergency room visits in 2015, and recognized as a subject of intense debate on Capitol Hill and in statehouses around the country.

2017-07-25T16:06:19+00:00 By |Uncategorized|

AHCA Impact On Payers

The American Health Care Act (AHCA) made its debut. Not many people in government and healthcare industries expect quick passage of the AHCA in its initial form, but understanding the differences with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) sets a framework for how payers prepare for the final version. Fair to say, every organization must make adjustments and the pressures for building internal organization-level efficiencies increase.

2017-04-10T11:59:00+00:00 By |Trends, Uncategorized|

AHCA Impact On Providers

The American Health Care Act (AHCA) made its debut. Not many people in government and healthcare industries expect quick passage of the AHCA in its initial form, but understanding the differences with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) sets a framework for how providers prepare for the final version. Fair to say, every organization must make adjustments and the pressures for building internal organization-level efficiencies increase.

2017-04-02T13:27:54+00:00 By |Trends, Uncategorized|

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