Health Affairs April 4, 2024
Austin S. Kilaru, Aidan P. Crowley, Qian (Erin) Huang, Amol S. Navathe

Editor’s Note

This article is the latest in the Health Affairs Forefront series, Accountable Care for Population Health, featuring analysis and discussion of how to understand, design, support, and measure patient-centered, cost-efficient care under the umbrella of accountable care. Additional articles will be published throughout 2024. Readers are encouraged to review the Call for Submissions for this series. We are grateful to Arnold Ventures for their support of this work.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) remains committed to episode-based payment models as part of its multidimensional strategy to advance accountable care. Its most recent bundled payment program, Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) Advanced, has been extended through 2025. In 2023, CMS announced plans to develop a...

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