HealthIT Answers October 17, 2020
Industry Expert

On Thursday, September 17th, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) released its highly anticipated series of financial guidelines for the Direct Contracting (DC) program. While many organizations have applied for the implementation period and first performance year of the program, the viability of their participation has hinged on the release of the financial details. Now that they are available, it is critical that applicants assess these details in the context of their own long-term value strategy and operational capabilities.

Upon review, we at Lumeris still see Direct Contracting as a great opportunity for providers to continue their value journey and diversify their risk portfolio. As outlined by CMS, DC contains many of the lessons learned in Medicare Advantage...

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