More capital, more Medicare Advantage plans, and more demand for value-based care expertise are just some of the big trends impacting health systems and health plans over the last year. As we move into 2019, look for continued progress in the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care models as providers become more familiar with new (…)
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To successfully transition to value-based care, health systems must engage their physicians in the process. Figuring out the best way to engage physicians, however, is often one of the toughest challenges for organizations as they move from traditional fee for-service (FFS) models to models based on the efficient delivery of high-quality care. To read the (…)
There is a tremendous amount of energy focused on the potential for predictive analytics to transform healthcare. Many companies – both large and small – are entering the space, selling applications that utilize either a unique technology (such as deep learning or cognitive computing) or make use of novel data from molecular assays or mobile (…)
The movement to value-based healthcare is accelerating as public and private payers and employers intensify their push for care models that improve quality while containing costs. Many academic medical centers (AMCs), however, are struggling to transition from fee-for-service to value-based models of care. To read the full article, click here.
Mutual of Omaha Announces New Medicare Advantage Plans for San Antonio-Area Seniors with Value-Based Care Leader Lumeris
Tenet’s Baptist Health System to spearhead care delivery for new Medicare Advantage plans with focus on high-quality, affordable care and wellness OMAHA, NE/ ST. LOUIS, MO— August 28, 2018 —Mutual of Omaha, in collaboration with value-based care leader Lumeris, will launch new Medicare Advantage (MA) plans to serve the growing senior population in greater (…)
Originally included in Radar on Medicare Advantage, Aug. 2, 2018, V. 24, No. 15, issued by AIS Health. After unveiling plans earlier this year to enter the Medicare Advantage space in 2019, longtime insurance company Mutual of Omaha on July 17 disclosed that it is preparing to launch the first of its MA products in (…)
Reprinted with AIS Health’s permission from the April 5, 2018, issue of Radar on Medicare Advantage As the health care landscape transitions to value-based care and Medicare Advantage enrollment reaches new highs, providers are increasingly becoming sponsors of MA plans through a variety of arrangements. And well in advance of marketing for the 2019 Annual (…)
BayCare Health System Partners with Lumeris to Offer Value-Based, Patient-Centered Medicare Advantage Plan in 2019
ST. LOUIS, MO/CLEARWATER, FL — March 27, 2018 — Lumeris, the industry leader in value-based care solutions, today announced a new strategic partnership with BayCare Health System, the largest not-for-profit health care provider in the Tampa Bay area. Lumeris will manage the day-to-day operations for BayCare Plus, BayCare’s new Medicare Advantage (MA) plan launching in January (…)
While we’ve seen tremendous progress in the shift towards value in 2017, one thing has become very clear—for every forward-thinking health system that is embracing the change, there is also a health system that remains hesitant to embrace any sort of value-based payment program. Reluctant providers are typically immobilized by fear: the fear of declining (…)
Lumeris collaborates with Mount Sinai health system to advance Population Health Management initiatives.
LUMERIS COLLABORATES WITH MOUNT SINAI HEALTH SYSTEM TO ADVANCE POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT INITIATIVES Lumeris to deploy value-based services to optimize Mount Sinai’s population health outcomes ST. LOUIS—November 1, 2017 —Lumeris, the industry leader in value-based care solutions, today announced a multi-year collaboration with Mount Sinai Health System, New York City’s largest integrated delivery system, to (…)