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Looking Ahead: How Will New Payment Models Evolve Under MACRA?

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As the industry continues to see a shift from volume to value, Avalere experts examine the future of Medicare's Quality Payment Program under a new administration.
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Medicare’s new Quality Payment Program (QPP) creates two pathways for physicians. One pathway encourages participation in risk-bearing payment models. Avalere experts, Josh Seidman, Fred Bentley, and John Feore discuss how the future of alternative payment models (APMs) will be influenced by the QPP, the new administration, and increased provider and payer acceptance of payment and delivery system reforms.

Key topics include:

  • The QPP’s incentives for physicians to participate in Advanced APMs
  • Public and private efforts to support APM development and growth
  • The evolution of APMs


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, Center for Healthcare Transformation

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

John Feore , Associate Principal, Center for Healthcare Transformation

John Feore advises healthcare providers, plans, and life sciences companies on the transformation of the healthcare system.

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