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HealthEdge And Remedy Partners Launch Bundled Payments Initiative

Offering Enables Health Plans, TPAs, Self-Funded Plans and State Medicaid Plans to Administer Episode of Care Benefit Plan Designs

BURLINGTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--HealthEdge®, provider of the only integrated financial, administrative and clinical platform for health insurers, and Remedy Partners, the nation’s leading bundled payment company, today announced a collaboration to deliver a transformational platform to the market, capable of administering an entirely new category of health insurance benefit plan based on episodes of care and bundled payments.

This innovative offering provides a turnkey opportunity for payers, large self-funded employers and third party administrators to underwrite, sell, and/or administer episodes of care-based commercial products. The platform may be offered as a part of a comprehensive business process outsourcing (BPO) package or as a standalone platform for customers to independently manage the administration of episode of care plans.

“Bundled payments and episodes of care are part of the new reality of value-based reimbursements today,” said Steve Krupa, CEO of HealthEdge. “They will become even more important in the future and we are pleased to partner with the leader in the field, Remedy Partners, on this innovative offering.”

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Remedy in the News

Remedy Partners continues to be a strong advocate for the BPCI program and using bundled payment models as a path to healthcare transformation.

HealthEdge And Remedy Partners Launch Bundled Payments Initiative
Business Wire | June 21, 2017

Skilled Nursing ‘Under Siege,’ Quarter of Beds to Disappear by 2022
Skilled Nursing News |  June 11, 2017

 

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Put Bundles in the Toolkit: Highlights from The Seventh National Bundled Payment Summit

Bundled payments are the missing element from many organizations' toolkit for driving quality and efficiency. That was the theme emerging from the discussions taking place at the 2017 National Bundled Payment Summit which took place in Washington D.C. on June 26-28th.

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Bundled Payments, ACA, ACO

How ACOs and Episode Payment Models Can Work Together

ACOs and episode payment models can and do work together. To be most successful, payers need to synchronize the payment models they sponsor for participating providers. To help the Medicare program in this task, the Health Care Transformation Task Force released principles to consider when apportioning responsibility between alternative payment models covering the same patients.

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Care Redesign, Bundled Payments, ACA, Politics

Secretary Price: A Strong Supporter of Voluntary Bundled Payments

When Secretary Price said "people have coverage, but they don't have care," he underscored his commitment to one of the core values of bundled payments: patient-centered care.  Dr. Price believes that “patients and doctors should be in control of healthcare”; which is why he does not support mandatory pilot programs.” He understands that providers need flexibility, not dictations, to accommodate the needs of their patients.

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JAMA Internal Medicine, Bundled Payments, Gainsharing, ACA

No Bones About It, Bundled Payments Reduce Costs: Study Shows 20% Cost Reduction

A significant study published in the JAMA Internal Medicine at the beginning of the year demonstrates how a health system effectively reduced episodic expenditures through bundled payments by 20 percent. Notwithstanding the rising national costs of joint replacements, Baptist Health System (BHS) saved $20 million over seven years with bundled payments.

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BPCI, National Innovation Collaborative, ACA

Remedy Partners and the Transitional Care Institute Host National Innovation Collaborative

Remedy recently hosted our 2016 National Innovation Collaborative, the fifth and largest event in the company’s history. The conference, which was held on November 14 -15 in Philadelphia, brought together 337 healthcare professionals from across the nation, representing more than 70 different acute care hospitals, PGPs, SNFs, HHAs, and more for a multi-day celebration of the successes and challenges of bundled payments.

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BPCI, Bundled Payments, ACA, Politics

The Health Care Transformation Task Force Urges Support for Value-Based Care

The Health Care Transformation Task Force issued a strong letter to President-elect Trump, Vice President-elect Pence, and Congressional leadership supporting the continuation of public and private efforts to replace fee-for-service payments for healthcare services with value-based alternatives. Remedy Partners is one of the Task Force’s 43 member organizations (both for-profit and not-for-profit) which include six of the nation’s top 15 health systems and four of the top 25 health insurers, as well as leading national organizations representing employers, patients and their families, and the policy community.

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BPCI, National Innovation Collaborative, ACA

Remedy Hosts Large Gathering of Bundled Payment Influencers and Operators

2016 National Innovation Collaborative

‘Redesigning Episodes of Care’ was the theme at Remedy’s fifth National Innovation Collaborative, which took place on November 14 and 15 in Philadelphia. Our largest yet, the 2016 Collaborative brought together more than 350 healthcare professionals representing 70+ organizations from across the nation.

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The period of time between the admission date and the discharge date of an episode-initiating hospital stay for a patient.


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