Keyword: Health Care Transformation Task Force
A new survey shows ACOs could leave the Medicare Shared Savings Program and fewer might enter if proposed changes are finalized.
AMA, AHIP and several prominent physician groups say ACOs need more time to take on risk.
Farzad Mostashari says the rule presents "a good framework" overall. However, it drew criticism from another major player.
The Trump administration’s proposed changes to the Title X family planning program would threaten evidence-based patient care, according to the AAFP.
Without any reassurance from CMS, ACOs are growing increasingly nervous about next year's Medicare Shared Savings Program.
A bipartisan caucus will support legislation that helps generate innovative, value-driven healthcare policies.
Hospitals grappling with care delivery reforms should engage two groups: governance board members and patients.
Consumer engagement is garnering a lot of attention in healthcare, but there is less agreement about how it should play out in practice.
While value-based payment programs are a top strategic priority for payers, that doesn’t mean they’ve been easy to implement and sustain.
A new study offers encouraging signs that physicians are getting more comfortable with new payment models—though barriers remain.