In our fragmented healthcare system, providers seldom have the opportunity to speak directly with employers, even though these employers pay for much of the healthcare expenses in this country.
Characteristics and Performance of ACOs and Accountable Physician Groups: What Does the Evidence Tell Us?
CAPP engaged the Institute for Accountable Care (IAC) to review recent literature to assess research on the characteristics and performance of accountable care organizations and physician groups.
The pandemic has pushed us to innovate farther and faster, with unprecedented reliance on telehealth and virtual care. Recent data shows 88% of Americans hope to use virtual care beyond the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic up-ended healthcare in America; however, looking beyond the Herculean efforts of caregivers during this battle, we know there are lessons on how we should deliver healthcare.
Employers and health care providers are talking – finally. The two groups are discovering common goals and new solutions to improve health care quality, the consumer experience, and affordability.
It took a few years and a pandemic for the idea of “telehealth” to evolve into comprehensive digital pathways for patient care. Integrated health care delivery systems now offer end-to-end journeys.
Employers have a big influence on how and whether we accelerate value-based care. Employers shoulder the biggest share of national health care costs, which rise faster annually than overall inflation.
In Health Care Reform, Health Information Technology, Integrated/Coordinated Care, Outcomes-based Payment, Physician Leadership, Quality ImprovementPosted
CAPP asked Institute for Accountable Care Executive Director Rob Mechanic to review the latest literature on accountable care entities and payment to better understand what influences participation.
Learnings from COVID-19 must drive major changes in health care delivery, according to interviews with physician leaders of the leading multi-specialty groups and health systems participating in CAPP.
In COVID-19, Health Care Reform, Health Information Technology, Integrated/Coordinated Care, Outcomes-based Payment, Physician Leadership, Quality ImprovementPosted
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended health care in America. The 31 multi-specialty medical groups that are part of the CAPP are at the forefront of the battle for their patients’ lives.