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CJR and Beyond: Excelling in an Era of Mandatory Bundled Payment Models


With the launch of the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) model on April 1, CMS has ushered in a new phase for payment reform. Under this mandatory program, roughly 800 hospitals across the U.S. will assume financial accountability for the cost of all services provided to Medicare patients during 90-day care episodes for hip and knee replacements.

With 60% of participating hospitals facing potential penalties given their high costs, developing new analytic capabilities, integrated clinical models, and innovative partnerships will be essential to succeeding under bundled payments.

Hear our experts discuss:

  • The new requirements for hospitals participating in CJR
  • How post-acute care providers can position themselves for success
  • The future of mandatory bundled payment models


Josh Seidman , Managing Director, Center for Healthcare Transformation

Josh Seidman advises clients on health delivery and payment innovation with a focus on using information technology to guide value-based care models.

Fred Bentley , Managing Director, Health Plans & Providers

Fred Bentley advises clients on health delivery and payment innovation, providing analytic and strategic insight on issues related to the delivery of care.

Erica Breese , Associate Principal, Health Plans & Providers

Erica Breese advises clients on developments and trends in the acute and post-acute healthcare sectors and helps them navigate reforms in payment and delivery models, such as bundled payments and accountable care organizations.

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