Accountable Care Organizations

Population Health Management Update: Numerof Survey Report

2018-04-17T20:30:26-04:00By |Accountable Care Organizations, Health Care Reform, Health Insurance|

Now in its third year, Numerof’s State of Population Health Management survey provides an in-depth, national look at the pace of change from fee-for-service. Conducted in collaboration with Dr. David Nash, Dean of the Jefferson College of Population Health, the study synthesizes survey responses from more than 400 executives and interviews with key decision makers across U.S. healthcare delivery

Health Plans Adopt APMs: Study Shows Market Penetration

2017-10-30T14:50:50-04:00By |Accountable Care Organizations, Health Care Reform|

Health plans of all sizes are interested to learn where they stand in the movement toward alternative payment models (APMs) – that is, shared savings, shared risk, bundled payments, or population-based payments and how they compare to the market. Some health plans adopt APMs because of market conditions, others by factors such as data system limitations or provider readiness.

Alternative Payment Models In Medicaid: Is MACRA A Catalyst?

2017-08-21T18:05:02-04:00By |Accountable Care Organizations, Health Care Reform|

Health plans benefit from monitoring changes to Medicaid MCO contract requirements, including those related to alternative payment models (APMs) adoption. MCOs with APM experience may have a competitive advantage when bidding on state contracts; conversely, MCOs that lack the capacity to implement APMs may be at risk of losing Medicaid business.

New Research Shows ACOs Improve Population Health Management and Re-admission Rates

2017-12-01T11:43:58-04:00By |Accountable Care Organizations, Health Care Reform, Health Insurance|

New research shows that accountable care organizations are partnering with community resources and social service agencies to improve population health management according to a new report from Performance Evaluation: What Is Working In Accountable Care Organizations? Highlights from the study are presented here. Private payers and the alternative payment models they’ve used among accountable care organizations have shown mixed results, but coordinating with social service agencies may bring improvements in population health management. Coordination with community centers will take the hospital-centered approach to healthcare in a significantly and positive direction, the report states.

Value Based Care Focus: The ACO

2017-07-05T15:12:32-04:00By |Accountable Care Organizations, Health Care Reform, Medicare and Medicaid, Organizational Analysis, Strategic Planning|

The shift to accountable care and value based payment models is coming. Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are just one of the value-based models making waves throughout the healthcare industry. Based on current growth trends it is predicted by 2020 approximately 70 million people will be covered by ACOs. Focusing on shared accountability and quality improvement, ACOs have become champions of the healthcare triple aim. Not to mention a major player in CMS’ plan to tie a large percentage of payments to value by 2017. As ACOs soar in popularity now is the time to weigh your options. Are you are thinking or making the transition to an ACO? What are the benefits

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