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Webinar 3 of 3 – Calculating accurate and fair shared savings contribution by provider with CMS’s 2020 COVID rule changes

Webinar 3 of 3 - Calculating accurate and fair shared savings contribution by provider with CMS’s 2020 COVID rule changes This last of 3 webinars for MSSP ACOs covers [...]

Webinar 3 of 3 – Calculating accurate and fair shared savings contribution by provider with CMS’s 2020 COVID rule changes2021-08-27T15:16:01+00:00

Webinar 1 of 3 – How to use your 2020 MSSP settlement to make 2022 decisions by Sept 10 deadlines

Webinar 1 of 3 - How to use your 2020 MSSP settlement to make 2022 decisions by Sept 10 deadline This 1st of 3 webinars addresses common questions about settlement [...]

Webinar 1 of 3 – How to use your 2020 MSSP settlement to make 2022 decisions by Sept 10 deadlines2021-08-26T15:35:48+00:00

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on ACO Financials Under MSSP

While CMS exemption of COVID-19 related inpatient expenditures may decrease spending for ACOs, deferred care and outpatient costs associated with COVID-19 may still drive up expenses, leading to financial losses. In response, Validate has added to their services to include COVID-19 episode exclusions for more accurate updated benchmark calculations, risk score monitoring for optimal adjustment to the historical benchmark, beneficiary assignment adjustment for telehealth inclusion, and COVID-19 adjusted analytics.

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on ACO Financials Under MSSP2021-04-29T05:40:19+00:00

Expanding Your Organization’s Network

If you’re not focusing on your provider selection in a fast changing VBC market, your organization is falling behind. Whether you are a small ACO, new to taking on financial risk, or a large and profitable ACO eyeing new opportunities, your strategy should include evaluating your provider selection and expanding your organization’s network.

Expanding Your Organization’s Network2021-04-29T05:38:56+00:00

Evaluation of Potential ACO Performance Bias from Retrospective and Prospective Assignment

This is the first study to simulate the prospectively and retrospectively assigned beneficiary populations for actual ACOs. Key metrics were evaluated for each of the 322 ACOs during the 2015 performance year. Despite significant differences between prospective and retrospective assignment, neither methodology shows performance bias.

Evaluation of Potential ACO Performance Bias from Retrospective and Prospective Assignment2021-04-29T05:37:51+00:00
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