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Bundled Payments

Payment models in healthcare can do better to drive value-based solutions for patients, providers, and payers. But how can an organization begin to create bundles that are fair and workable? What are the best strategies and examples for making bundled payments work?

New Marketplace

Economic Investment and the Journey to Health Care Value — Part I: Health Care Providers

Early evidence suggests that value-based payment and care delivery can transform our health care system, but providers must increase the momentum for this positive change.

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New Marketplace

The Highest Quality at a Lower Cost? We Don’t Have That Yet

David Cutler asks Patrick Conway what worked and what didn’t at CMS, advice he’d give to the Trump administration, and his predictions on Medicare and Medicaid.

New Marketplace

Paths to Value: The Act of Improvement versus the Habit of Excellence

Federal pay-for-performance models offer two paths to achieving value. The ultimate goal: rewarding the habit of performance excellence rather than one-time or random acts of performance improvement.

New Marketplace

CMMI on Leveraging Lessons in Episode-Based Payments

It’s time for payers to engage with alternative payment models, say leaders of the CMS Innovation Center.

You Get What You Pay For: Health Care Risk Models Panel Clip Still

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You Get What You Pay For

What is the necessity of moving toward more payer or provider risk in the Medicaid space?

Leadership

Progress and Path Forward on Delivery System Reform

The basic goals of delivery system reform — to promote quality and value in our health care system — remain at the core of bipartisan efforts in health care, and it is therefore essential that such efforts continue.

Leadership

Making American Health Care Great Again, by Repealing and Replacing the ACA

Our nation has a great opportunity to accelerate value in health care by preserving the good in the ACA and addressing the bad.

Leadership

Value-Based Care Will Persist

Much is now uncertain for health care reform, but the cost and quality pressures that have long faced providers, payers, and patients remain a serious issue.

Leadership

A Memo to the Brilliant

Top-down regulation of physicians may have been a factor in Democrats’ defeat. Blind commitment to specific models of payment reform has put much into jeopardy, unnecessarily.

Simplifying Person-Centered Care with Use of the Personalized Perfect Care (PPC) Bundle

Care Redesign

Personalized Perfect Care

The Personalized Perfect Care Bundle: Making quality metrics easier to understand and more patient-centered.

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