Simple explanations and information about Medicare for All, the public option, Medicare Buy-In and Medicaid Buy-In.
CAPP Chairman Stephen Parodi, MD, joined a panel at the Self-Insured Institute of America’s national conference to share how coordinated cancer care can make a difference for patients.
In 2009, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts launched an Alternative Quality Contract (AQC), a value-based payment model with providers across the state. Now, researchers have analyzed eight [...]
Delirium affects more than 7 million post-operative patients annually. In fact, it occurs in 29 to 64 percent of elderly patients. JAMA reports it also contributes about $164 billion in [...]
A recent study by the Permanente Medical Groups found that one-third of Americans are stressed to meet basic needs such as stable housing, adequate food, and reliable transportation.
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The five CAPP pillars of accountable care—physician leadership, HIT, care coordination, quality measurement, and outcomes-based payment—work together to not only address the physical needs of our [...]
As the organization that worked with researchers to define the foundations of the first “accountable care” models, CAPP is keenly interested in performance data on how ACOs and other accountable [...]
Nicholas John Wolter, M.D., passed away on Sept. 7, 2018, in Pray, Montana. Dr. Wolter was a long-time participant in CAPP and a strong proponent of integrated, accountable care on both a [...]
As recently as 2015, when CAPP engaged Nielsen to survey consumers and physicians on their experiences and attitudes toward digital health, many patients and doctors were skeptical. While such [...]