Everything doctors need to know about bundled payments April 10, 2017 By Lisa A. Eramo MA Getting a head start on learning how bundled payments work can help physicians prepare for MACRA Will Trump administration welcome CMS’ mandatory cardiac bundle? January 11, 2017 By Tracey Walker HHS secretary nominee Tom Price has voiced opposition to bundled payments. One expert talks about mandatory and the possibility of voluntary bundled payments. How bundled payments really do work January 10, 2017 By Tracey Walker One study shows that the way Medicare is paying for joint replacements is saving millions of dollars annually and keeping patients satisfied, too. How hospitals are doing with the CJR program: CMS releases key data December 24, 2016 By Kelly Price While the second feed may not change providers’ actions in terms of the strategy they’re implementing for the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement program, the findings should change their expectations. Prostatectomy may be prime target for bundled payments December 22, 2016 By Randy Dotinga As the federal government moves toward more bundled payments, radical prostatectomy may prove to be an early target because of the potential for overall savings. Three reimbursement changes to watch in 2017 December 06, 2016 By Aine Cryts CMS is adding, dropping, and expanding payment rules Three concepts to consider for bundled payment success November 26, 2016 By Chip Howard The path to bundled payment success can be daunting. Here’s three universal concepts that will promote success under the various CMS models. Three ways technology can lead to bundled payment success November 04, 2016 By Luis Castillo Lay the groundwork for bundled payment; here are three areas in which technology can play a role. Value-based care progress: Country by country analysis October 01, 2016 By Tracey Walker An independent study considers the global adoption of value-based healthcare across 25 countries. Beyond ACOs Alternative payment models of the future Why today’s models will always be interim ones—and
how the consumerization of healthcare will drive change.