Tag Archives: provider organizations

Changing reimbursement models requires changes to physician compensation models – 5 fundamental pillars

As noted in my previous blog, “Changing Reimbursement Models Requires Changes to Physician Compensation Models – The Basics,” as provider organizations move to risk-bearing contracts they need to answer key questions in the areas of goals, governance and physician engagement. There are five pillars provider organizations need to build a strong value-based physician compensation model […]
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Podcast: Applying analytics to optimize care coordination programs

In the ever-evolving world of health care, clinical analytics are a key capability clinics and hospitals need to have as they shift from providing care to managing health. Analytics help provider organizations find opportunities among their attributed populations that are actionable, predictable and preventable. In this edition of the Health Care Dialogue podcast, Kristin Landry […]
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Five common areas where provider-based risk can falter

There is no single path to success for provider organizations who want to learn how to take on patient risk. Hospital/physician gainsharing, patient-centered medical homes, bundled payments, shared savings models and global payments all vary in the level of risk managed by the provider, as well as in their ability to bend the cost curve. […]
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