Access to palliative care and hospice reduces aggressive treatments among seriously ill patients that they neither desire nor benefit from.1, 2 However, these services—which focus on providing comfort, psychosocial support and symptom management—are frequently underutilized.1, 2 As the largest Awardee Convener in the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) initiative, Remedy Partners has developed a set of resources to advance the appropriate use of palliative care and hospice as this is a critically important aspect of care for patients experiencing acute or exacerbated chronic illness.
Remedy Partners’ Fourth Annual National Innovation Collaborative Sees Record Turnout
November 28, 2017
With over 300 attendees, we were thrilled to host our largest-ever National Innovation Collaborative in Atlanta, GA from November 16–17. The invitation-only event focused on issues of health policy and care redesign for bundled payments and value-based healthcare. This year’s forward-looking theme, apropos to the soon-to-be released rule for Medicare’s next large bundled payment program and the rise of commercial bundles, was ‘Navigating the Future of Bundled Payments’.
Remedy in the News
Bundled Payment Report Illustrates Increased Demand for Home Health
Home Health Care News | November 2, 2017
Remedy Partners names EVP of commercial business lines: 3 things to know
Becker's Hospital Review | November 1, 2017
Three reasons your SNF should sign up for CMS's BPCI Advanced Program
McKnight's Long-Term Care News | November 1, 2017
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