Healthcare Innovation July 20, 2022
Mark Hagland

CMS analysts have looked at 21 different alternative payment models and analyzed them in terms of spending and savings, finding that 14 have demonstrated gross savings to Medicare

Leaders at the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have compiled an analysis of 21 different alternative payment models (APMs) that have been moving forward under the Medicare program, either as comprehensive models or as specialized models in terms of spending and savings encountered, including, among others, the Next Generation ACO Model (now discontinued), the Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC+) model, the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) Initiative, and others. The Medicare Shared Savings Program was not among the models analyzed.


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Topics: ACO (Accountable Care), Bundled Payments, CMS, Govt Agencies, Insurance, Medicare, Payment Models, Provider, Value Based
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