Healthcare Innovation December 7, 2022
David Raths

During a Center for Health Care Strategies webinar, Medicaid leaders from Colorado, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania describe successes and challenges in moving away from fee for service

Healthcare executives from three states — Colorado, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania — recently shared their early experiences designing and implementing population-based payment models for Medicaid.

Speaking during a Dec. 6 Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) webinar, supported by Arnold Ventures, Rob Houston, director of delivery system and payment reform at CHCS, set the stage by giving the definition his organization uses when researching this topic.  A population-based payment, he said, is an upfront prospective value-based payment model that includes provider accountability for both...

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