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With the onset of physician payment reform, practices and healthcare organizations of all forms must transition from volume to value-based care across the board. For the chronically ill patient population, an important step to improving clinical outcomes is to increase interaction with them. Now with the recent proposal of the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and the new changes to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) chronic care management payment program, providers may truly be able to demonstrate their ability to move the needle in terms of care for chronically ill patients.
View our webinar, Outlook for Chronic Care Management and Physician Payments in 2017, for keen insight into the changes of CMS’ chronic care management program and how to start improving quality care metrics to meet new physician payment models. Learn how adopting a new model of care delivery with a flexible approach is exactly what is needed to address the challenges facing our chronically ill patient population and broader healthcare system.
- Chronic care management overview and changes to physician payment models
- CMS’ recent changes to the chronic care management program
- How the program has performed and lessons learned
- How a chronic care management program relates to new payment models including MACRA's Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS)
- The benefits of implementing a formal chronic care management program now
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Jeb Dunkelberger is the Vice President of Accountable Care Services for McKesson Business Performance Services. In this role, Jeb focuses on creating value-based care models for physicians, hospitals, and health systems, specifically in the form of ACOs, CINs, IPAs, and other risk-bearing models. Jeb holds health degrees from Cornell, London School of Economics, and Virginia Tech and brings close to a decade of experience in the healthcare sector.
Bill Sillar is Director of Strategic Services for McKesson Business Performance Services, supporting McKesson’s value-based care services. Sillar has been with McKesson for 10+ years and has played a pivotal role in helping healthcare organizations bridge the gap as they transition from a fee-for-service to a value-based reimbursement payment model.