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Study: Penetration of Value-Based Payment Models Not Sufficient to Realize Potential Cost Savings
Press inquiries should be directed to: Karen Thomas Director of Communications Healthcare Financial Management Association (708) 492-3377 email@example.com Jordana Choucair Vice President of Communications Leavitt Partners, LLC (801) 633.4900 firstname.lastname@example.org Keith Moore Chairman and CEO McManis Consulting 720-529-2110 email@example.com Study: Penetration of Value-Based Payment Models Not Sufficient to Realize Potential Cost Savings Incentive Misalignment and […]Read More >
Leavitt Partners to Present Research at AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting
Salt Lake City, June 22, 2018 — Leavitt Partners is pleased to announce that the firm will present 12 research posters at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting in Seattle, WA June 24-26, 2018. The Annual Research Meeting (ARM) is the premier forum for health services research, with a program designed specifically for health services researchers, […]Read More >
Leavitt Partners Releases “Data Challenges and Opportunities: Leveraging Data Analytics, Interoperability, and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Outcomes for State Health and Human Services” White Paper
Salt Lake City, May 15, 2018 – Today, Leavitt Partners released “Data Challenges and Opportunities: Leveraging Data Analytics, Interoperability, and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Outcomes for State Health and Human Services.” The white paper examines current obstacles and efforts and discusses opportunities for state health and human services (HHS) enterprises to improve the health of […]Read More >
In The News
ACOs and Other Value-Based Purchasing Models Have Yet to Cut Costs
David Muhlestein provided insights regarding the three “What is Driving the Total Cost of Care?” white papers for a RevCycleIntelligence article entitled “ACOs and Other Value-Based Purchasing Models Have Yet to Cut Costs” and a FierceHealthcare article entitled “Report: Value-based payment models haven’t cut costs yet.” David told RevCycleIntelligence that, “Many healthcare providers began making […]Read More >
What’s Driving Health Care Costs?
This morning, Health Affairs Blog published a post entitled “What’s Driving Health Care Costs?” that highlights major findings from the three mixed-methods studies conducted by Leavitt Partners, the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), and McManis Consulting released on Monday. The article further examines why population-based VBP models are not yet lowering market-Level health care costs. […]Read More >
How Addressing Social Determinants of Health Cuts Healthcare Costs
A RevCycleIntelligence article entitled “How Addressing Social Determinants of Health Cuts Healthcare Costs” cites the Leavitt Partners “Social Determinants Matter, But Who Is Responsible?” white paper. The article states, “Providers in a recent Leavitt Partners survey cited insufficient appointment time and lack of compensation as top barriers to addressing SDOHs. Fee-for-service payments do not reimburse […]Read More >