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IPRO Honors Healthcare Champions From Across New York State

June 21st, 2019

A Yahoo Finance article entitled “IPRO Honors Healthcare Champions From Across New York State,” highlights Leavitt Partners CEO Andrew Croshaw’s keynote speech regarding social determinants of health at the IPRO Annual Meeting. View the article here. 

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Why Do Accountable Care Organization Leave the Medicare Shared Savings Program?

May 6th, 2019

Salt Lake City, May 6, 2019—In new research published today in Health Affairs, authors from the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy and Leavitt Partners studied factors that determine whether accountable care organizations (ACOs) thrive or exit Medicare flagship’s alternative to fee-for-service, the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP). The study looked at 624 ACOs that have […]

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Political Checkpoint: 2019 National Health Policy Agenda

April 18th, 2019

On April 18, 2019, Leavitt Partners hosted a webinar focused on helping you track the most important health policy developments in Washington D.C.  For details and to listen to the recording, click here.  

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The 2018 ACO Survey: Unique Paths to Success

March 29th, 2019

This white paper reports the findings from the 2nd Annual ACO Survey of 203 Accountable Care Organizations, conducted in collaboration with the National Association of ACOs (NAACOS), to better understand current trends and predict future developments relating to ACOs. The survey covered topics related to contracting, financial risk, organizational structure, program initiatives, challenges, and priorities. […]

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Leavitt Partners Releases “The 2018 ACO Survey: Unique Paths to Success” White Paper

March 29th, 2019

Salt Lake City, March 29, 2019—Today, Leavitt Partners released “The 2018 ACO Survey: Unique Paths to Success.” This white paper reports the findings from the 2nd Annual ACO Survey of 203 Accountable Care Organizations, conducted in collaboration with the National Association of ACOs (NAACOS), to better understand current trends and predict future developments relating to […]

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Leavitt Partners Welcomes Elizabeth Wroe to the Firm

March 26th, 2019

Liz Brings to Leavitt Partners Extensive Federal and State Health Care Policy and Strategy Experience. Salt Lake City, March 26, 2019 –Today, Leavitt Partners is proud to announce and welcome Elizabeth Wroe as a principal based in Washington, D.C. Liz will develop and manage complex, multi-sector alliances, and will advise and inform clients on the […]

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Leavitt Partners Releases “Multi-Year Medicare Advantage Plans: A Framework for Action” White Paper

March 20th, 2019

Salt Lake City, March 20, 2019—Today, Leavitt Partners released “Multi-Year Medicare Advantage Plans: A Framework for Action.” This white paper proposes a Multi-Year Medicare Advantage Plan (MyMap) demonstration project to remove barriers to a value-based health insurance products, improve health outcomes for Medicare beneficiaries, and reduce the cost of care. The white paper is authored […]

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New Data Demonstrates Large Accountable Care Organizations’ Commitment to Assume Financial Risk 2019 Participation in Medicare’s Major Payment and Delivery Reform Program

March 15th, 2019

Salt Lake City, March 15, 2019— New research from the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy and Leavitt Partners shows that while most Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) have committed to continue participating in the recently overhauled flagship Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP), physician-led ACOS are leaving at a higher rate than in 2017. Highlights of this […]

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