Remedy Partners’ 2017 National Innovation Collaborative:
The Year’s Largest Gathering of Professionals Dedicated to Bundled Payments
Remedy Partners November 13, 2017
This year’s largest gathering of bundled payment operators will convene at Remedy Partners’ Fourth Annual National Innovation Collaborative in Atlanta, GA on November 16 -17. The conference, open to Remedy Partners’ clients and collaborators, is expected to garner more than 350 attendees. It will balance presentations from industry thought leaders with those of professionals working in bundled payment programs on a daily basis.
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Remedy Partners Announces that One Hundred Percent of its Hospital Partners Achieve Positive Net Payment Reconciliation Amount (NPRA) in Bundled Payment Initiative
Medicare’s voluntary BPCI program’s financial results reveal positive NPRA for 100 percent of Remedy Partners’ engaged hospitals and 81 percent of its partner clients
White paper co-authored by Shawn Matheson of Remedy Partners and published by Leavitt Partners
Remedy Partners executives will be featured in three sessions during The Seventh National Bundled Payment Summit, a leading forum on healthcare payment reforms, to be held on June 26- 28, 2017 in Arlington, VA.
Remedy Partners latest results show $500 million reduced cost of care and lowered rates of hospital readmission and SNF days
Remedy Partners is proud to be a Bronze sponsor of AHIP - America's Health Insurance Plans Institute & Expo 2017 this year. The event takes place in Austin, Texas on June 7 – 9. AHIP is the premier conference for the health insurance industry.
Palliative care improves quality of life by relieving symptoms, providing psycho-social support, and by lowering costs by eliminating unwanted inventions, such as hospital readmissions.1,2 Because bundled payments approach episodes of care with the patient’s goals at the center of all care planning, bundled payments can help make palliative care available to patients by offering incentives that help avoid expensive care that may be at odds with the patient’s wishes. Further, effective January 2016, CMS reimburses physicians for “advance care planning” activities that support palliative care as part of the updated Physician Fee Schedule under two new CPT codes.
Remedy CEO Carolyn Magill Cites Bundles as a Catalyst for Systemic Change
The spotlight was on bundled payments this week as CMS delayed the mandatory implementation of bundled payment initiatives for cardiac care and the expansion of the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement bundled payment pilot project. The delay, which was consistent with HHS Secretary Tom Price’s known objections to mandatory initiatives, allowed proponents of the Bundled Payment for Care Improvement initiative (BPCI) program, like Remedy Partners CEO Carolyn Magill, to reinforce the program’s success to date.
As the nation focuses on the future of healthcare policy, Remedy has been advocating for the robust use of the bundled payment model as a means to improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.
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One of the most important changes spurred by the practice of value-based care is how physicians may adjust the way they practice. Much of the opportunity to improve value lies in removing needless spending during the period following a hospitalization. For patients, this means spending more time recovering at home and less time in facilities. So what do doctors need to do differently to enable a home recovery?