FutureFocus April 11, 2018 MarketScan: Payors Expanding Into Palliative Care

Lisa Remington

In this week’s FutureFocus, we explore the changing landscape of palliative care. More payors are entering the market and recent announcements are advancing two alternative payment models (APMs). In our Industry News section, are major announcements shifting the landscape of the home health market and information technology. In our Legal section, Attorney, Elizabeth Hogue, talks about guidelines for home health agencies with regard to refusal of services and/or non-compliance. 

Lisa Remington, President, Remington Health Strategy Group

By: Lisa Remington, President Remington Health Strategy Group, Publisher, The Remington Report

Payors and Alternative Payment Models (APMs) are turning to palliative care programs as a way to offer value-based end-of-life care. Learn how changes affect the future.

Recent mergers and acquisitions are impacting the future of the home health, hospice and information technology landscape. Here's what you should know about the news.

By: Elizabeth E. Hogue, Esq.

As of January 13, 2018, home health agencies must comply with new Conditions of Participation (CoPs).  Now is the time to review interpretive guidelines and to be prepared to demonstrate compliance during surveys.

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