As the ACO and Emerging Healthcare Delivery Coalition gather in Miami, results are coming in, and it’s time to figure out just what to measure.
Program that enhances personalized and patient-centered preventive care at a busy inner-city primary care clinic may be associated with improved health outcomes.
The new Accountable Primary Care Model delivers Triple Aim-like outcomes. This model is empirical, measurable, programmatic, scalable, and transplantable.
Based on an analysis of Medscape Business of Medicine data, we identify 5 specific areas of friction for the success of payment reform efforts.
A reimbursement strategy for collaborative care models is presented to enhance access to integrated behavioral healthcare for children and adolescents from underserved areas.
The 2014 elections are likely to have minor, but noticeable impacts on the future of the Medicaid program, both in terms of federal conversations on entitlement reform and in state approaches to the Medicaid expansion.
To address the lack of standards in public reports of provider performance, the authors outline a model to ensure the integrity and transparency of reports.
Lifting section 1834(m) restrictions on telehealth services would help ACOs to utilize this beneficial tool to achieve their cost, quality, access, and patient engagement goals.