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Don’t Leave Money On The Table: How The Right Technology Can Improve Your VBR Success

Originally presented on May 26th, 2021 Value-based care is here! If you haven’t started thinking about what it is you need to compete in a value-based environment, now is the time to start. With the rise in value-based care contracts and utilization of alternative payment models, provider organizations are challenged with doing the research and…

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Caron Treatment Centers & Independence Blue Cross Report Value-Based Contract Linked To Lower 90-Day Readmission Rate

Independence Blue Cross (IBC) reported that its value-based arrangement with addiction treatment provider Caron Treatment Centers resulted in a 5.6% 90-day readmission rate during a 2019 pilot. Under the arrangement, IBC paid Caron one single upfront fee for IBC members receiving treatment for addiction disorder, and Caron was at risk for any readmissions that occurred…

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Value-Based Reimbursement Models Help SPARC Get A Leg Up In Medicaid Managed Care Contracting

By Meena Dayak SPARC Services & Programs (SPARC) is a behavioral health provider organization in North Carolina that has been providing home and community-based services since 2015. They serve 425 consumers monthly and employ 70 full-time staff. They focus on complex consumers—children and adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI) who have not been…

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COVID-19 and Value-Based Reimbursement: What Do We Know? Where Will it Go?

The impacts of COVID-19 on health care continue to unfold, and one area of uncertainty is the impact COVID will have on Value Based Reimbursements (VBR). Regardless of this uncertainty it appears that VBR is still trending upwards in behavioral health care.  Surveys conducted by OPEN MINDS demonstrate more use of episodic payments, case rates,…

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CMS Value-Based Care Opportunities In Medicaid

On September 15, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued guidance to support state Medicaid Directors in moving towards value-based arrangements and alternative payment models. The guidance outlines lessons learned from early state and federal experiences in implementing value-based care reforms, and includes a number of examples of innovative payment models to help…

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From Fee-For-Service To Episode-Based Payments: The Shift Continues

As the prolonged pandemic continues, every executive in every industry is asking the question, “what’s next?” The health care sector has been completely upended by the pandemic crisis. From our analysis, it appears that the “next normal” holds more focus on “whole person” health management models, “hybrid” service programs with a mix of telehealth and face-to-face services, more…

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Don’t Leave Money On The Table: How The Right Technology Can Improve Your VBR Success

Originally presented on May 26th, 2021 Value-based care is here! If you haven’t started thinking about what it is you need to compete in a value-based environment, now is the time to start. With the rise in value-based care contracts and utilization of alternative payment models, provider organizations are challenged with doing the research and…

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A Stable Connection Should Mean More Than Just a Strong Wi-Fi Signal: How to Keep Our Care Connections Personal in a Virtual World

Free Executive Web Briefing Courtesy Of Qualifacts + Credible July 13, 2021 | 12:00-1:00 p.m. Eastern With the shift to virtual meetings and hybrid models to provide care to clients and consumers, the feeling that we’ve lost the connection of face-to-face interactions is real. Virtual fatigue leaves us all longing for the “human touch,” but…

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Caron Treatment Centers & Independence Blue Cross Report Value-Based Contract Linked To Lower 90-Day Readmission Rate

Independence Blue Cross (IBC) reported that its value-based arrangement with addiction treatment provider Caron Treatment Centers resulted in a 5.6% 90-day readmission rate during a 2019 pilot. Under the arrangement, IBC paid Caron one single upfront fee for IBC members receiving treatment for addiction disorder, and Caron was at risk for any readmissions that occurred…

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Value-Based Reimbursement Models Help SPARC Get A Leg Up In Medicaid Managed Care Contracting

By Meena Dayak SPARC Services & Programs (SPARC) is a behavioral health provider organization in North Carolina that has been providing home and community-based services since 2015. They serve 425 consumers monthly and employ 70 full-time staff. They focus on complex consumers—children and adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI) who have not been…

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Don’t Leave Money On The Table: How The Right Technology Can Improve Your VBR Success

Originally presented on May 26th, 2021 Value-based care is here! If you haven’t started thinking about what it is you need to compete in a value-based environment, now is the time to start. With the rise in value-based care contracts and utilization of alternative payment models, provider organizations are challenged with doing the research and…

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Babylon, A World Leading, Digital-First, Value-Based Care Company, Announces Plans To Become A Public Company Via $4.2 Billion Merger With Alkuri Global Acquisition Corp.

Babylon Holdings Limited (Babylon), a world leading, digital-first value-based care company, and Alkuri Global Acquisition Corp. (Alkuri Global), a special purpose acquisition company, announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement. Upon closing of the transaction, the combined company will operate as Babylon and plans to trade on Nasdaq under the new symbol…

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Eleanor Health Announces $20 Million Series B Financing To Address The Growing Need For Value-Based Addiction & Mental Health Treatment

Eleanor Health, the first outpatient addiction and mental health provider organization delivering convenient and comprehensive care through a population and value-based payment structure, announced it has closed an oversubscribed $20 million Series B financing round. The company received significant participation from all existing investors including Town Hall Ventures, Echo Health Ventures, and Mosaic Health Solutions,…

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Caron Treatment Centers & Independence Blue Cross Report Value-Based Contract Linked To Lower 90-Day Readmission Rate

Independence Blue Cross (IBC) reported that its value-based arrangement with addiction treatment provider Caron Treatment Centers resulted in a 5.6% 90-day readmission rate during a 2019 pilot. Under the arrangement, IBC paid Caron one single upfront fee for IBC members receiving treatment for addiction disorder, and Caron was at risk for any readmissions that occurred…

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Value-Based Reimbursement Models Help SPARC Get A Leg Up In Medicaid Managed Care Contracting

By Meena Dayak SPARC Services & Programs (SPARC) is a behavioral health provider organization in North Carolina that has been providing home and community-based services since 2015. They serve 425 consumers monthly and employ 70 full-time staff. They focus on complex consumers—children and adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI) who have not been…

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A Game Plan for Building a Sustainable Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC)

The goal of the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) is to improve patient care across the healthcare spectrum, serving highly complex patients while avoiding the use of high-cost, low-return care models though community-based alternatives that improve care management. Based on the success of the first wave of CCHBC’s, Congress has acted five times to…

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Don’t Leave Money On The Table: How The Right Technology Can Improve Your VBR Success

Originally presented on May 26th, 2021 Value-based care is here! If you haven’t started thinking about what it is you need to compete in a value-based environment, now is the time to start. With the rise in value-based care contracts and utilization of alternative payment models, provider organizations are challenged with doing the research and…

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Don’t Leave Money On The Table: How The Right Technology Can Improve Your VBR Success

Originally presented on May 26th, 2021 Value-based care is here! If you haven’t started thinking about what it is you need to compete in a value-based environment, now is the time to start. With the rise in value-based care contracts and utilization of alternative payment models, provider organizations are challenged with doing the research and…

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A Stable Connection Should Mean More Than Just a Strong Wi-Fi Signal: How to Keep Care Connections Personal in a Virtual World

Originally presented on 7/13/21 With the shift to virtual meetings and hybrid models to provide care to clients and consumers, the feeling that we’ve lost the connection of face-to-face interactions is real. Virtual fatigue leaves us all longing for the “human touch,” but telehealth and other developing forms of digital evaluation and treatment is here…

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Caron Treatment Centers & Independence Blue Cross Report Value-Based Contract Linked To Lower 90-Day Readmission Rate

Independence Blue Cross (IBC) reported that its value-based arrangement with addiction treatment provider Caron Treatment Centers resulted in a 5.6% 90-day readmission rate during a 2019 pilot. Under the arrangement, IBC paid Caron one single upfront fee for IBC members receiving treatment for addiction disorder, and Caron was at risk for any readmissions that occurred…

Continue Reading Caron Treatment Centers & Independence Blue Cross Report Value-Based Contract Linked To Lower 90-Day Readmission Rate

Value-Based Reimbursement Models Help SPARC Get A Leg Up In Medicaid Managed Care Contracting

By Meena Dayak SPARC Services & Programs (SPARC) is a behavioral health provider organization in North Carolina that has been providing home and community-based services since 2015. They serve 425 consumers monthly and employ 70 full-time staff. They focus on complex consumers—children and adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI) who have not been…

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Making Value-Based Reimbursement Work – Best Practices In Program Design & Management

This executive web forum was delivered on May 13, 2021, by Ashley Gibson Director Of Payer Relations, Contracts & Utilization, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and Donna Esposito, Director of Payer Relations, THRIVE DETECT, who shared their advice on how to negotiate, design, and implement a successful VBR relationship with a health plan. Download Resources

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The Future Is 2020 In The Rearview Mirror: A 2021 Forecast

The COVID-19 pandemic caused major shifts throughout organizations, industries, and the entire world. The behavioral health and human services market is no exception. As we look back on 2020, there were some short-term tactics that we anticipated would be around for a while to allow provider organizations to create stability, resiliency, and success while weathering…

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Don’t Leave Money On The Table: How The Right Technology Can Improve Your VBR Success

Originally presented on May 26th, 2021 Value-based care is here! If you haven’t started thinking about what it is you need to compete in a value-based environment, now is the time to start. With the rise in value-based care contracts and utilization of alternative payment models, provider organizations are challenged with doing the research and…

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Caron Treatment Centers & Independence Blue Cross Report Value-Based Contract Linked To Lower 90-Day Readmission Rate

Independence Blue Cross (IBC) reported that its value-based arrangement with addiction treatment provider Caron Treatment Centers resulted in a 5.6% 90-day readmission rate during a 2019 pilot. Under the arrangement, IBC paid Caron one single upfront fee for IBC members receiving treatment for addiction disorder, and Caron was at risk for any readmissions that occurred…

Continue Reading Caron Treatment Centers & Independence Blue Cross Report Value-Based Contract Linked To Lower 90-Day Readmission Rate

Value-Based Reimbursement Models Help SPARC Get A Leg Up In Medicaid Managed Care Contracting

By Meena Dayak SPARC Services & Programs (SPARC) is a behavioral health provider organization in North Carolina that has been providing home and community-based services since 2015. They serve 425 consumers monthly and employ 70 full-time staff. They focus on complex consumers—children and adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI) who have not been…

Continue Reading Value-Based Reimbursement Models Help SPARC Get A Leg Up In Medicaid Managed Care Contracting

COVID-19 and Value-Based Reimbursement: What Do We Know? Where Will it Go?

The impacts of COVID-19 on health care continue to unfold, and one area of uncertainty is the impact COVID will have on Value Based Reimbursements (VBR). Regardless of this uncertainty it appears that VBR is still trending upwards in behavioral health care.  Surveys conducted by OPEN MINDS demonstrate more use of episodic payments, case rates,…

Continue Reading COVID-19 and Value-Based Reimbursement: What Do We Know? Where Will it Go?

CMS Value-Based Care Opportunities In Medicaid

On September 15, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued guidance to support state Medicaid Directors in moving towards value-based arrangements and alternative payment models. The guidance outlines lessons learned from early state and federal experiences in implementing value-based care reforms, and includes a number of examples of innovative payment models to help…

Continue Reading CMS Value-Based Care Opportunities In Medicaid

From Fee-For-Service To Episode-Based Payments: The Shift Continues

As the prolonged pandemic continues, every executive in every industry is asking the question, “what’s next?” The health care sector has been completely upended by the pandemic crisis. From our analysis, it appears that the “next normal” holds more focus on “whole person” health management models, “hybrid” service programs with a mix of telehealth and face-to-face services, more…

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