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Remedy Partners Prepares Providers for CMS’s New BPCI Advanced Program

January 12, 2017

Deadline to participate in Bundled Payments for Care Improvement Advanced program is March 12, 2018

DARIEN, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) unveiled its Bundled Payments for Care Improvement Advanced (BPCI Advanced) program, and Remedy Partners is now preparing providers as the March 12, 2018 deadline approaches. Remedy Partners is the nation’s leading bundled payment company and largest Awardee Convener in the existing BPCI program.

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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

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Care Redesign, Total Joint Replacement, Win Whitcomb, Value Based Care, JAMA Internal Medicine, Bundled Payments, Lower Extremity Joint, TJR, Medicare

Bundled Payments are Not Associated with an Increase in Elective Procedures

Two recent studies demonstrate that the number of elective procedures does not vary significantly in bundled payment programs when compared to controls. Wilson, de Brantes and Conway analyzed1 the Medicare Bundled Payments for Care Improvement initiative to determine if the volume of Lower Joint Replacement (LJR) procedures increased under the model.  Their analysis was in response to an editorial3 in the Journal of the American Medical Association that raised questions about elective procedure volume and bundled payments in an accompanying JAMA study.2

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Patient Care, Care Redesign, Win Whitcomb, Value Based Care, Care Transitions

Transitional Care Institute Hosts Webinar on Next Site of Care

The Transitional Care Institute recently hosted our first webinar of 2017, ‘High Value Care Transitions: Key Concepts in Optimizing Next Site of Care.’ In it, Chief Medical Officer Win Whitcomb and Clinical Director Susana Hall gave a comprehensive look at NSOC selection using case studies, performance data, and improvement strategies.

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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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Patient Care, Care Redesign, Interoperability, Remedy Partners, Bundled Payments

Interoperability and Communicating with Episode Connect

When you deposit your paycheck, you expect your bank to process it. If you travel out of town, you count on being able to access your money from an ATM. But patients discharged from the hospital to a rehabilitation center or nursing home may not experience such a seamless transition of their healthcare information.

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Care Redesign, BPCI, SNF, Value Based Care, SNF Performance Network, Preferred Provider, SNF Network, Bundled Payments, Value Based Healthcare, Episodes of Care

Narrow SNF Networks and Increased Collaboration: The Remedy Approach

Why CMS is Focusing on Post Acute Care

Healthcare is increasingly transitioning to value based payment models in an effort to control spending and improve quality. In 2014, the amount spent on healthcare in the U.S. per individual reached $9,523—more than twice the average of all other developed countries—and is projected to reach $14,103 by 2021 if unchecked. Total healthcare spending represents almost 18% of GDP, and is expected to grow to 20% in the next five years. Furthermore, Medicare alone represented 20% of National Healthcare Expenditures
in 2013, and is expected to increase significantly after 2015 due to growing utilization of medications and services by an aging population.

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