MANASQUAN, NJ -- “Can Incentives Help Turn the Corner in Healthcare Reimbursement?” a new free report has been published for health and managed care executives whose responsibilities include reimbursement.
Reimbursement is the most critical issue today for healthcare providers. Hospitals have been “battered” by cuts in Medicare reimbursement, managed care plans are testing physician and hospital bonus programs, and pay-for-performance initiatives are a growing trend in the industry.
“Can Incentives Help Turn the Corner in Healthcare Reimbursement?” has been developed by the editors of Healthcare Reimbursement Monitor, the monthly top-management level news and information service that covers all aspects of the complex subject of healthcare reimbursement across all entities and covering all payors.
The report includes a look at how several managed care plans are piloting incentives programs based on such criteria as improvements for quality and patient care safety and utilization goals, and a California initiative to establish common performance measures for physician groups.
Also, the report includes a demonstration program by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) focused on financial incentives for improving care coordination, delivery of services and outcomes, the effectiveness on access, and cost and quality of care to Medicare beneficiaries.
The free report is available for immediate download. There is no cost or obligation. To download the report, go to:
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Contact: Healthcare Reimbursement Monitor, Health Resources Publishing, 19013 Atlantic Ave. F4, Manasquan, NJ 08736, 732-292-1100,
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