Keyword: National Association of ACOs
In a recent speech, CMS head Seema Verma made it clear that nonrisk ACOs are not saving enough money and a push to take on more risk is needed.
A substantial number of providers plan to leave their ACO program if Medicare doesn't allow them to remain in non-risk-based tracks.
Medicare advisers mulled a proposal to solidify and expand an incentive payment for ACOs, which could lead to them taking on more risk.
The fed greatly overestimated the savings that ACOs would generated under the Medicare Shared Savings Program, according to a new report.
AMGA head Jerry Penso says the move to value-based payment will continue even if it's slower than expected.
More than 120 new participants have joined the Medicare Shared Savings Program, according to data from CMS.
A recent survey suggests ACOs ready to take on increased financial risk, but care delivery changes may dictate the pace of future development.
Ten provider associations have added their voices to the call for the government to count Medicare Advantage to qualify under MACRA as early as 2019.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services finalized three new policies Tuesday that continue the push toward value-based care, rewarding hospitals that work with physicians and other providers to avoid complications, prevent readmissions and speed recovery.