AHA October 12, 2020

The Next Generation Accountable Care Organization model reduced gross Medicare spending for calendar years 2016 to 2018 by $349 million (0.9%) without increasing preventable hospitalizations or readmissions, according to findings released last week by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Lower spending on professional services, skilled nursing facilities and other post-acute care contributed to the spending reductions, which may reflect participants’ investment in SNF networks, improved coordination and care transitions and substitution for higher-cost settings, the agency said.

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