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CMS is seeking feedback on how to help states implement innovative payment, care delivery models consistent with MACRA's proposed Quality Payment Program.

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As essential hospitals leaders, we all need to stay on top of the evolving landscape for Medicaid Section 1115 waivers. Medicaid waivers offer a key opportunity to make health care delivery more effective and efficient – and to reduce our uncompensated care burden. Consider our experience in Texas. Over the life of the Texas Health

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Several members of America’s Essential Hospitals are among the participants selected for the Million Hearts Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Model.

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New brief from Essential Hospitals Institute focuses on clinical and process outcomes from DSRIP waiver work at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center in California and University Health System in Texas.

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The webinars will feature representatives from CMS answering questions about the model. Instructions on how to submit questions will be included in the registration confirmation email.

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The Federal Health IT Strategic Plan: 2015–2020, aims to improve health IT infrastructure, transform health care delivery, and improve individual and community health.

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CMS has extended the deadline for the Million Hearts: CVD Risk Reduction Model due to high interest. The model will incentivize providers to target Medicare beneficiaries with the highest risk of CVD for patient-centered care.

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The Million Hearts: CVD Risk Reduction Model will incentivize providers to calculate CVD risk for Medicare beneficiaries and target those with the highest risk for patient-centered care.

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delivery system transformation

Institute researcher discusses the popular and up-and-coming movements in delivery system transformation and alternative payment models.

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Articles focus on innovative waivers that support states in transforming delivery systems to improve access and quality of care. Another focus is Medicaid coverage in areas of crucial need, such as mental health care.

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MACPAC's report to Congress touts potential of DSRIP programs to transform Medicaid reimbursement and improve health outcomes, also addresses the challenge and calls for clear and consistent federal guidance.

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Annual release includes 2013 data related to the 100 most common diagnoses for Medicare patients requiring inpatient stays and 30 selected outpatient procedures.

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The Million Hearts: CVD Risk Reduction Model will incentivize providers to calculate cardiovascular risk for eligible Medicare beneficiaries and target those with the highest risk for patient-centered care. Applications are due Sept. 4.

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Roughly 48 percent of participating ACOs produced $121 million in total shared savings in 2013, with a net shared savings of $99 million

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IOM recommended a set of 15 core measures to be used across federal quality reporting programs to reduce the administrative reporting burden, allow for nationwide comparisons, and more.

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In an April 28 letter, the association urged CMS to adopt a holistic view of how payment mechanisms impact essential hospitals, including sustainable base payment rates, Medicaid waivers to address uncompensated care, and DSRIP waivers.

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delivery system transformation

National impact assessment finds 95 percent of 119 studied quality measures improved during the 2006 to 2012 study period

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The Oncology Care Model is a multipayer payment and care delivery model designed to encourage high quality cancer care.

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delivery system transformation

The third in a series of waiver-related briefs, this research brief summarizes perspectives from hospital leaders in Massachusetts, California, and Texas.

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Recent journal articles explore interventions to reduce readmissions, uncover barriers to recovery for vulnerable adults, decrease emergency department utilization, and more.

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The opportunities come through two new comparative effectiveness research programs on improving health systems and addressing health and health care disparities. Letters of intent are due by Sept. 5.

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Resources include a review of the latest research examining how and why Medicaid beneficiaries seek care in the ED, a scan of how individual states set payment rates and supplemental payments to hospitals, and a review of several states' approach to Medicaid payment and delivery system reform.

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Take a deep dive of our latest policy brief on waiver-based Medicaid programs, which details how essential providers work with their state and the federal government to carry out sustainable, systemic delivery system changes.

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The program is designed to support states as they develop and transition to innovative care and payment models.

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CMS announced a second batch of prospective recipients for Health Care Innovation Awards (round 2). The 27 new recipients include four members of America’s Essential Hospitals. Awards will be used to reduce costs and improve care delivery models for Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP patients.

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Recent journal articles curated from Health Affairs and the New England Journal of Medicine highlight payment reform programs and strategies and the impact of socioeconomic status on readmissions.

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delivery system transformation

America’s Essential Hospitals released a policy brief that discusses approaches to extending the reach of health care transformation through Medicaid waiver incentive programs.

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Boston Medical Center has released an update to Project RED, their toolkit focused on discharge safety and reducing hospital readmissions. Included is a new chapter that provides guidance to hospitals on how to best integrate family caregivers into the discharge plan.

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HHS announced recipients of Health Care Innovation Awards and a call for applications for the State Innovation Models Initiative. These programs were created through the Affordable Care Act to give stakeholders and states tools and flexibility to transform health care delivery system models.

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CMS seeks input on models for specific procedures and complex care. These new payment and service delivery models would apply to specialty practitioner services provided in an outpatient setting.

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Recent journal articles highlight important disaster preparedness, patient safety, and social issues affecting health care.

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An overview of existing delivery system reform incentive pools and similar models

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About America’s Essential Hospitals

America’s Essential Hospitals is the leading association and champion for hospitals and health systems dedicated to high-quality care for all, including the most vulnerable. Since 1981, America’s Essential Hospitals has initiated, advanced, and preserved programs and policies that help these hospitals ensure access to care. We support members with advocacy, policy development, research, and education.