BPCI, Healthcare Reform

Special Opportunity to Advocate for BPCI to HHS

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.

On Monday, March 13, Remedy’s Chairman Steve Wiggins and CEO Carolyn Magill, along with the CMS Innovation Center, will present the successes of the bundled payment model to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The agenda is here. There is opportunity for broader input into the future of the new voluntary bundled payment model.

Federal officials want to understand how Remedy and our partners use a patient-centered approach to decrease costs and improve quality. We will share how Remedy enables CMS and at-risk providers to organize and finance health care delivery around a patient’s episode of care. We are proud to share the success that we achieved together: Remedy and our partners are expected to save the Medicare Trust Fund more than $120 million in 2017. 

You have the opportunity to participate

HHS and CMS want to hear from you. Federal officials will open the discussion for public comments and questions via conference call. We encourage you to participate.

 In order to participate in the conference call, which begins at 1 PM on Monday March 13, you must register here

We encourage you to join the conversation and share your experiences with bundled payments. Together we have the opportunity to shape the future of healthcare.

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