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Do bundled payments encourage more procedures? New study offers answer

New research aims to determine whether a claim that bundled payments may actually increase costs rather than control them holds any weight. Becker’s Hospital Review and McKnight’s reported on the study from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Altarum Institute. At issue was whether bundled payments — also known as episode-based payments […]
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Addressing the possible effects of overlapping reimbursement models

At the core of bundled payments is the goal of improving coordination between all of the facilities and agencies a patient might visit or employ during one episode of care. But as health care providers adjust to this new reimbursement model, some are experiencing trouble coordinating bundled payments with other value-based care initiatives. In the […]
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