SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Beginning in 2021, several value-based payment models will begin the shift from fee-for-service to value-based. Earmark this as the transformation of payment reform for care at home providers and how they will be paid in the future.
Your organization has new opportunities to grow and expand payer partnerships. A one-size-fits-all approach no longer exists, which is why we have bundled four articles from the Nov-Dec 2020 issue of The Remington Report into this complimentary compendium. Read about how to expand internal and external education, leverage critical investments in your workforce, and enhance actionable data needed by payers.
Home-based medical care models are shaking-up the $260 billion primary care market. Three physician models, new reimbursement models, telehealth, and chronic care management are key drivers.
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Home-based medical care models are shaking-up the $260 billion primary care market. Three physician models, new reimbursement models, telehealth, and chronic care management are key drivers.
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Primary care is being rapidly redefined today right before our eyes. As healthcare evolves, patient needs expand and providers must look for new and better ways to achieve a patient-centered model of practice. Read the four reasons home-based primary care is opening doors and opportunities for patients and providers today.
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Home-based medical care models are shaking-up the $260 billion primary care market. How are integrated primary care delivery models addressing chronic care management in the home?
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Payers are interested in talking about the data. In particular, they are interested in understanding how home care providers are able to reduce their penalties and increase their rewards in a value-based payment system. Learn how one organization is advancing conversations.
Twenty-one states have taken action to suspend or waive certain practice requirements for physician assistants in response to COVID-19.
The data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics found dentists' offices had the most losses with 503,000. Physicians' offices lost 243,000.
Physicians are thinking more seriously about how to succeed in the MIPS Cost category. Consider these 5 ways to help physicians reduce costs in healthcare.
Now is the time for all home care providers to review agreements and their practices with regard to payments to referring physicians.
Physical therapists once in such high-demand are facing massive layoffs across the industry because of reimbursement changes to skilled nursing facilities .
Chronic Care Management Payments Expand Under The Final 2020 Physician Fee Schedule Quality Payment Program
CMS is increasing payment for transitional care management services provided after discharge from an inpatient stay or certain outpatient stays.
What post-acute care providers need to know about a new rule that includes updated payment policies, payment rates, and quality provisions for services furnished under the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule.
The new rules will give providers in value-based arrangements greater certainty and ease the compliance burden for providers across the industry.
The proposed rules recognize that incentives are different in a healthcare system that pays for value rather than the volume of services provided.
Through initiatives that change how heathcare is delivered and physicians are paid, CMS is driving toward the goals of improving quality and reducing costs.
MACRA is a law that builds a new, fast-speed highway to take the healthcare system away from fee-for-service and toward coordinated care models.
CMS published a rule on Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APM) incentives under MACRA.
CMS released the first major regulation under MACRA. For now, only physician offices – not hospitals – are governed by MACRA rules.
Physician and post-acute providers can partner together to provide chronic care management through annual wellness programs visits.
In this interview with Dr. Brian Amdahl, we ask questions related to post-acute’s value, payment reform and the challenges ahead.
House calls markedly improve the quality of life of home-limited patients and their caregivers while dramatically reducing healthcare costs.
The top six types of providers who provided home-based medical care (non-podiatry) in both 2012 and 2013 accounted for two-thirds of the providers.
This document answers frequently asked questions about billing chronic care management (CCM) services to the Physician Fee Schedule.
The Stark Law is a set of U.S. federal laws that prohibit physician self-referral, specifically a referral by a physician of a Medicare or Medicaid patient.
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Fragmentation of the care delivery system is widely recognized as a cause of missed opportunities to treat both acute and chronic conditions.
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The program at Washington Hospital Center has lowered total costs of care and has reduced average inpatient length of stay from 8 to 6 days.
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Key takeaways from the perspective of primary care office help stakeholders to better understand care management population health models.
CPC+ is a national advanced primary care medical home model that aims to strengthen primary care through a regionally-based multi-payer payment reform.
Care management is a key component of policy development, future legislation and new regulations. How is this changing the future of healthcare?
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Patients sent home after knee and hip replacements do not have higher rates of medical complications, returns to the hospital or E.R. visits
This issue of FutureFocus highlights the innovation of an in-home, physician-led model working collaboratively with a payer to manage complex care.
In this issue of FutureFocus, we offer up 10 ways to identify future partnerships between physicians and the home care industry.
The new Primary Cares Initiative that will transform care and payment for complex, high-need patients who are able to stay healthy in their own homes.