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03/07/17

  10:42:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 208 words,  
Categories: News, MedBen Analytics, Bundled Payments, Value-based care

CJR Claim Data Feeds Go Monthly

CMS recently announced that, beginning this month, they will switch from quarterly data feeds to monthly data feeds for CJR. For MedBen Analytics clients, this means the actionable reports they receive from our portal will be even more timely, allowing… more »

02/24/17

  08:15:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 182 words,  
Categories: Reporting, MedBen Analytics, Value-based care

MedBen Analytics Set for New Model Launches

An executive order by the Trump administration has briefly delayed the rollout of the bundled payment model for hip and femur fractures, but will not alter cardiac and orthopedic model launches later this year. Regardless, MedBen Analytics is fully… more »

01/27/17

  11:05:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 251 words,  
Categories: MedBen Analytics, Bundled Payments, Value-based care

Value-Based Payment Model Gaining Steam with Providers, Employers

Half of health care systems now accept value-based reimbursements, and that number may go even higher in the next few years, a new survey suggests. MedBen has seen firsthand the potential of alternative payments to benefit self-funded employers and… more »

01/06/17

  10:04:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 268 words,  
Categories: Cost savings, MedBen Analytics, Bundled Payments, Quality, Value-based care

Study: Bundled Payment Model Saves Money, Maintains Quality Care

Proper use of bundled payments by health care providers can save money while maintaining or even improving quality of care, concludes new research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. According to a Penn Medicine news… more »

12/16/16

  08:03:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 340 words,  
Categories: Hospitals, MedBen Analytics, Bundled Payments, Value-based care

Value-based Care Will Thrive Regardless of ACA's Future

While the recent election has created much uncertainty about the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), there's a strong likelihood that a number of its individual provisions will survive in one form or another ‒ among them, the push to switch… more »