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On April 11, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposed rule that would update Medicare payment policies and rates for...
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently issued its FY2023 proposed rule for the Medicare inpatient prospective payment system (IPPS) and long-term...
Modern Healthcare |
Financial incentives may miss the mark and fail to encourage ACOs to enter underserved communities. Premier's Aisha Pittman, Vice President of Policy, weighs in.
Healthcare providers face enormous financial pressures, yet Medicare payments are falling short.
Surveys conducted by Remitra™ reveal the majority of providers, regardless of size, have DPOs that exceed the contract terms, leading to extended DSOs for suppliers.
Rising costs, changing health needs and an increased awareness of medical errors are just a few of the factors driving the need for quality improvement.
Premier recommends maintaining and expanding certain flexibilities provided during the COVID-19 PHE.
Premier urges CMS to cease the Oncology Care Model and focus efforts on other models.
Staff know which devices are in use within their system and have patient level data to connect patient care with medical device use.
PINC AI™ data shows that as recently as February 2022, healthcare providers, on average, were still levering paper checks for 68 percent of their payments to suppliers.
Healthcare Innovation |
An analysis by Premier experts finds that health system ACOs that participate in focused inpatient quality improvement efforts could achieve higher cost savings.
Now that we have a decade of MSSP data to study, we thought it would be interesting to revisit some of the predictions of 2012.