Payment Reform

Articles for Payment Reform

Despite disagreement over the Affordable Care Act, Democrats and Republicans agree on broader issues like the need to move away from fee-for-service and the need to a better job for those with chronic conditions.
In this segment, Rena M. Conti, PhD; Brenton Fargnoli, MD; Andrew L. Pecora, MD, CPE; and Bhuvana Sagar, MD, discuss how the shift to value-based care in oncology is affecting both community practices and hospital-based care settings.
Rena M. Conti, PhD, describes in what situations risk-based reimbursement models may work in the oncology setting as new initiatives, such as bundled-payment models, become more established in healthcare
During an interview with Vox that was simulcast by the White House, President Barack Obama reviews where his signature law is working, where it isn't, and why Americans should demand to see what a replacement would look like.
As we approach the January 20 inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th president of the United States, we come to the end of an all-too-brief era of unparalleled government transparency and leadership accessibility: Acting Administrator of CMS Andy Slavitt will be stepping down from his post.
In a podcast that goes live today, The American Journal of Managed Care® paired Mandi Bishop, MA, the CEO of Aloha Health, with Andy Slavitt, MBA, who is finishing his tenure as acting administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Bishop asked Slavitt about the lessons of payment reform, the impact of MACRA, and what the new administration should expect.
As Andy Slavitt, MBA, acting administrator of CMS, comes to the end of his tenure, he spoke with Mandi Bishop, MA, CEO of Aloha Health, about the task of making health policy translatable and the legacy of payment reform he leaves behind.
January 1, 2017, marks the beginning of a new way of being paid in Medicare. And while the final rule of MACRA was released in October, and many providers and practices are still trying to parse out what it will mean to them.
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