The healthcare system is transitioning to value-based care. We can help you navigate the alphabet soup: APM, ACO, MSSP, EPM, MACRA, OCM, OBC. Count on us to guide you through the transition.
Clinicians who treat certain types of cancer may be better positioned to earn performance-based payments under the Oncology Care Model.
Outcomes-based contracts most common in cardiovascular disease, infectious disease, and oncology.
In August 2018, CMS is expected to finalize a proposed new payment methodology for skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) that would shift the focus from resource use to patients’ clinical needs.
More than 25% of patients with breast and lung cancers have been treated by a participating Oncology Care Model doctor. Participation trends could accelerate the transformation of treatment for some cancers, according to Avalere experts.
CMS removes 25 existing hospital quality measures in the Proposed FY2019 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Rule as part of its broader effort to focus on measures that matter.
MSSP and CMMI demonstrations vary in budgetary impact but generally show quality improvement.
The number of CMS-approved Qualified Clinical Data Registries grew by 40% in 2018, allowing specialties to have more opportunities to report on meaningful quality measures.
Incentive payments in upside-only Medicare ACOs have increased federal costs, but data suggest that ACO experience and adoption of two-sided risk could constrain future Medicare costs.
While clinicians have been hesitant to assume risk, bonus payments would result in 9 out of 10 ACOs and their participants achieving a net positive financial impact.
Market access teams should consider 3 growing trends in their 2018 strategic planning.
Learn more how analytics derived from proprietary commercial datasets empower provider executives to successfully partner across the healthcare industry.
Yesterday, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a final rule that makes changes to the second year of the Quality Payment Program (QPP) for 2018. The QPP was created by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA).
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.
New analysis from Avalere finds that payments to certain physician specialists could increase or decrease by as much as 16% for their 2018 performance under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).
Avalere experts discuss the need for unique stakeholder collaborations to facilitate success in the transition to a value-based care system.
Avalere's President and Founder, Dan Mendelson, recently wrote a column about the new strategies that device manufacturers should take in this era of healthcare.
Avalere simulation finds that more ACOs will be eligible for earnings if they take on two-sided risk.
As the Senate prepares to begin debate on a revised version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA) next week, Avalere offers the following observations on select components of the legislation:
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.