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  Current state of health care: The traditional approach to health care delivery is quickly becoming obsolete as health care shifts from a focus on treatment to prevention. Treating an illness is often far more expensive than providing the preventative care that would deter its onset, and is imperative to developing long-term solutions for […]

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Friends, family, colleagues and our valued clients: To say that we live in interesting times is an understatement. Having just completed a very challenging election season, many in our nation feel vindicated and excited while others are saddened and maybe even frightened. As a firm, I feel the need to share that we’re proud of […]

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More than half of the adult U.S. population has one or more chronic conditions1. In order to combat this alarming statistic, there are various ACA provisions that incentivize patient management, including provider reimbursement opportunities or federal support for disease management programs.  Programs and incentives are important enablers, but the key to active chronic disease management […]

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Role of CBOs in VBP As the healthcare industry shifts towards population health management, integrated delivery systems (IDSs) working with health plans are quickly realizing the need to reimagine traditional partnerships. As incentives drive care out of acute care settings, a focus on preventive care has alerted providers of the need for support outside of […]

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New York State’s (NYS) Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program, a component of the NYS Department of Health’s (DOH) 1115 Medicaid Waiver, provides a unique opportunity for providers to invest in the delivery system and financial incentive transformation required for long term financial sustainability in a population health management business model. The DSRIP program […]

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State of Reform convenes one of the broadest, most diverse groups of senior health care executives and policy makers. Together, with everyone in one room, we can talk about the most pressing issues facing Southern California health care today. This event breaks down silos, and fosters dialog across the full spectrum of care.
Presenter: Carla D'Angelo and Wren Keber

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Using Technology to Improve Patient Care Delivery
Presenter: Ramona Ramadas

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The Mixed Success of Disruptive Technologies
Presenter: Ramona Ramadas

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Providers in California, Texas and New York are currently implementing transformation projects under various 1115 Waivers to achieve the Quadruple Aim: better health, better care, less cost, higher satisfaction.  Work under delivery system reform incentive payment programs (DSRIP) — the component of 1115 waivers that pays for outcomes if providers change practices from volume to […]

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As mass media totes an impending national nursing shortage, many young students and career transitioners are flocking to nursing school. In Fall 2015, total nursing baccalaureate enrollment totaled 331,703, up from 180,127 ten years ago1. As a result of this increased enrollment, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) estimates the number of licensed registered […]

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