Tag Archives: bipartisan delivery system reform

Finding Common Ground On Medicaid Reform For Dual Eligibles

Bipartisan agreement on Medicaid is rarely achieved. There is consensus, however, on the need and the opportunity to contain spending growth and improve care delivery for the nearly 11 million Medicare beneficiaries who are also eligible for Medicaid.

June 15, 2017

The Private Sector Can Lead In Delivery System And Payment Reform

The private sector has the ability to move quickly to test new approaches because it faces fewer political constraints than the federal government. However, employers as a whole have not maximized their role due to current federal policies and overall risk-aversion.

June 8, 2017

For Patients With Multiple Chronic Conditions, Improving Care Will Be A Bipartisan Effort

As the CHRONIC Care Act and other health care delivery and payment reforms are considered, policy makers must recognize system shortcomings and consider how to better integrate care and improve health outcomes for our sickest and most vulnerable Americans.

June 1, 2017

CMS Should Continue Innovating Health Care Payment And Delivery

It will be vital for the federal government to maintain its commitment to ongoing investment in new payment and delivery models for federal health insurance programs, while sending clearer signals to other payers and health care providers.

May 25, 2017

Preserving The Bipartisan Commitment To Health Care Delivery System Reform

Improving and reforming our health care delivery system is not a partisan issue. It is important for Congress, the Trump administration, and the health care industry to continue bipartisan efforts to shift our health care delivery system and provider payment models toward value-based care.

May 18, 2017