Month: December 2017

AHA Advises Development For New Skilled Nursing Facility’s Payment System

December 13, 2017

AHA Advises Development For New Skilled Nursing Facility’s Payment System   The American Hospital Association (AHA) has advised The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to devise an alternate method of reimbursement for skilled nursing facilities before the changes become part of the Rulemaking procedures. An Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking released in April … Continue reading “AHA Advises Development For New Skilled Nursing Facility’s Payment System”

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How Healthcare Providers Can Prepare For Two-Sided Risk

December 13, 2017

How Healthcare Providers Can Prepare For Two-Sided Risk Alternative payment models are becoming the norm for healthcare providers, as they transition to value-based care. With the implementation of this type of care, providers are expected to assume higher levels of risk by both commercial and government payers. The Medicare Shared Savings Program was introduced in … Continue reading “How Healthcare Providers Can Prepare For Two-Sided Risk”

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