Jason Rose joins Remedy Partners to increase capabilities that will enable the transition to value-based care and the progression of bundled payment models
DARIEN, Conn.- [May 24, 2017] - Remedy Partners, the episodes of care company, today announced the appointment of Jason Rose as its Chief Product Officer (CPO). In this newly created role, Jason will help the company accelerate its leadership in developing software and services that enable payers, employers and providers with delegated risk to organize and finance healthcare delivery around a patient’s episode of care. This includes bundled payment models under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) programs, as well as expanding its offerings and services to other healthcare organizations and private sector payers to support improved health outcomes that also reduce costs and improve the patient experience. Learn more about Remedy Partners here.
Jason joins Remedy from Inovalon where he was Executive Vice President and Chief Strategic Development Officer. At Inovalon he led the development, launch and expansion of the Company’s product and technology presence across the healthcare marketplace. Jason’s career has included leading data-driven product development, corporate strategy, business development, technology implementation, marketing and communications. Jason earned his Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA) degree from The George Washington University School of Business. He also received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Radford University.
“As a nation, we are at an inflection point in the transition to a more patient-centric healthcare system. With the appointment of Jason Rose, Remedy Partners is reinforcing our commitment to leading this transition through the development of a full suite of services and software to fuel the transition to value-based care and use of the bundled payment model,” said Remedy CEO Carolyn Magill.
With demonstrated success of bundled payment methodology in both changing provider practice patterns to deliver the best, most cost-effective outcomes, payers and healthcare organizations are showing an eagerness to implement bundled payment models in addition to government-sponsored programs. As the market leader managing more than $5.7 billion under Medicare Fee-For-Service and helping more than half of program participants implement bundled payment models, Remedy Partners is in an optimal position to offer these entities advanced and proven solutions.
“l am enthusiastic to join the Remedy Partners leadership and support the Company’s expansion of advanced data-driven solutions,” said Jason. “Value-based payments are a core component of reforming healthcare and I look forward to bolstering solutions that improve outcomes and embrace innovation.”
About Remedy: Remedy Partners delivers software and services that enable payers, employers and providers with delegated risk to organize and finance healthcare delivery around a patient's episode of care. The company currently manages bundled payments programs at more than 1,000 healthcare locations, in partnership with hospitals, physician groups, health systems, skilled nursing facilities and home health agencies. Remedy is the largest awardee-convener under the BPCI program, managing more than $5.7 billion under Medicare Fee-For-Service and helping more than half of program participants implement bundled payment models. Remedy’s products and services are designed to support episodic care across the healthcare spectrum, including managed care and ACOs. Please follow Remedy Partners on LinkedIn and Twitter.