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Tune in to our podcast series where guest presenters explore the value of the newly released Alzheimer’s Association appropriate use criteria for lumbar puncture and cerebral spinal fluid (CFS) testing in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Steven Salloway, Director of Neurology and the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital, discusses how the Alzheimer’s Association’s new appropriate use criteria for lumbar puncture and cerebrospinal fluid testing in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease will be helpful to clinicians in the diagnostic process.
Tune into the second podcast in our series where Dr. Leslie Shaw, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Pearlman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and Chair of the Workgroup that developed the Alzheimer’s Association’s appropriate use criteria for lumbar puncture and cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) testing in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, discusses how the Workgroup reviewed an extensive body of research on advances in CSF testing to develop the AUC.
Tune in to our podcast series as we explore the value of the newly released Alzheimer’s Association appropriate use criteria for lumbar puncture and cerebral spinal fluid (CFS) testing in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. We kick off this series with Dr. Maria Carillo, the Alzheimer Association’s Chief Science Officer and Dr. Jim Hendrix, Director of Global Science Initiatives.
Tune in to the final podcast in our series as we discuss 3 steps companies should complete now to take advantage of the FDA’s priority to advance the adoption of RWE to support agency decision-making.
Tune in to episode 2 of our discussion covering why the FDA is so interested in real-world evidence and how they are approaching it.
Tune in to our new real-world evidence podcast series, where Avalere experts explore real-world evidence as a disruptive force in healthcare. In Episode 1, we focus on why RWE is such a hot topic.
In the final episode of our digital health podcast series, we interview Martha Lawrence, Chief Executive Officer of AccendoWave, discussing how technology has the promise to reduce pain for patients as an alternative to opioids. AccendoWave's system assesses patient discomfort levels using EEG technology.
Tune in as Avalere's Fred Bentley explores how a leading health system adapts to evolving value-based payment models in an interview with Dr. Robert Nesse, senior director for Payment Reform at Mayo Clinic.
Tune in to the third episode of our digital health podcast series as we explore the role innovation and technology play in the healthcare landscape. Today, we interview Sajid Ahmed, Chief Information & Innovation Officer of the new Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital. Hear how he leads its greater than $70 million health information technology initiative and launched the innovation hub that serves 1.35 million residents from all over South Los Angeles.
Tune in as our experts discuss the key differences making the the Patient-Perspective Value Framework 1.0 (PPVF) unique compared to value frameworks currently in the market.
In episode 2 of our health technology podcast series, we discuss the promise of telehealth technologies with Jamey Edwards, CEO of Cloudbreak Health.
We are excited to bring you a 4-part podcast series dedicated to digital health where we explore the role innovation and technology play in healthcare. We kick off this series with Adam Kaufman, CEO of Canary Health. Canary Health is a leading digital health self-management platform, which has demonstrated success in helping people achieve improved health while lowering healthcare costs.
In the final episode of our QPP podcast series, Nelly Ganesan, one of our MACRA experts, talks about the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) optimization.
In our second QPP podcast, John Feore, one of our alternative payment experts, talks about the Advanced APM option and its qualifications.
2017 marks the first performance year for providers in the value-based Quality Payment Program (QPP), which implements two new payment models for clinicians who participate in Medicare. Tune in as our experts kick off a podcast series covering: Requirements and payment adjustments under QPP 2017 performance year milestones, qualifying clinicians for Alternative Payment Models (APMs), and optimizing the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).
Fred Bentley fills you in on the core components of the EPM final bundled payment rule and the future of bundled payment models.
The final signing of the 21st Century Cures Act is the culmination of 3 years of efforts by lawmakers in the House and Senate to expedite developing and making available new treatment options. In the final episode in our series, Jay Jackson discusses what changes are on the horizon for products under The Cures Act.
The final signing of the 21st Century Cures Act is the culmination of three years of efforts by lawmakers in the House and Senate to expedite developing and making available new treatment options. Listen to Cara Kelly break down the impacts in episode 1 of our series on 21st Cures.
In the final episode of our podcast series for Malnutrition Awareness Week™, Avalere's Kristi Mitchell is joined by Bob Blancato to talk about the growing crisis of malnutrition care and its impact on older adults. Bob is the president of Matz, Blancato, and Associates, the national coordinator of the bipartisan 3000-member Elder Justice Coalition, and the executive director of the National Association of Nutrition and Aging Services Programs.
Avalere's Angel Valladares is joined by Dr. Ken Nepple in episode 4 of our maltnutrition podcast series discussing the implementation of eMeasures. Dr. Nepple is an associate professor in the Department of Urology at the University of Iowa Health System with great professional interest in nutrition care. He has led the MQii project at his facility as a measure testing site and participated in the hospital learning collaborative piloting the standardized toolkit.