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CMS Embraces Innovation and Competition

Steve Wiggins with Nick Bluhm and Ryan Pardo

September 20, 2017

Today, Seema Verma, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Administrator, published a Request for Information seeking feedback on how to lead CMS’s Innovation Center in a new direction. Her statements reflect a belief in competition, consumer empowerment and a willingness to use waivers to enable meaningful innovation.

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Remedy in the News

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

CMS proposes changes to CJR: 6 key thoughts on what this means for orthopedic bundled payments
Becker's Spine Review | August 18, 2017

Is HHS’ Proposal to Scale Back Mandatory Bundled Payments a Step Back from Value-Based Care? Many Healthcare Experts Say No
Healthcare Informatics | August 18, 2017

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Chris Garcia Named CEO of Remedy Partners

Remedy Partners, the nation’s leading bundled payment company, has named Chris Garcia its chief executive officer, effective July 12, 2017. Remedy is well-positioned for accelerated growth as the healthcare industry continues to adopt bundled payments as a core value-based payment strategy.

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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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Readmission Rates, Cardiac, Post-Acute, JAMA Internal Medicine, Lower Extremity Joint

NYU Langone Enhances Patient Experience by Reducing Referrals to Rehab Facilities after Major Surgery

No Rise in Complications Seen, According to New Self-Examining Study

A Note from Remedy: The following is an article reposted from NYU Langone. NYU Langone achieved a drop of 49% points in patients discharged to post acute care facilities after cardiac valve surgery and a drop of 34% points for those undergoing lower extremity joint replacement surgery, with no corresponding increase in readmission rates. Readmission rates were similarly stable in patients undergoing spinal fusion, for whom post acute care facility rates were unchanged.
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