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Health Intelligence Partners September Tabletop: Driving Value Forward with Patients and Physicians
October 10, 2019

On September 19, Leavitt Partners Health Intelligence Partners (HIP) hosted a tabletop discussion in Washington D.C. on driving value forward with patients and physicians. Tabletop discussions bring together stakeholders with varying perspectives and allow participants to consider how current government and market events may impact their organization’s strategic goals. In September’s tabletop, participants addressed the […]

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Political Checkpoint Webinar: 2020 Election Scenarios and the Impact on Health Policy
October 4, 2019

The 2020 election is already swirling with uncertainty about both the likely candidate match up as well as the variety of health policy issues at stake. Join Leavitt Partners on November 6, 2019, for a preview of our 2020 election scenarios and likely policy outcomes, a framework we will leverage with clients throughout the next […]

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Florida Medicaid Expansion: Enrollment & Budget Forecasts
September 30, 2019

This report illustrates what the five-year enrollment and budgetary projections for full Medicaid Expansion in Florida beginning in 2020 could look like.  The projections are based on a robust analysis and microsimulation modeling conducted by Leavitt Partners utilizing publicly available data sources. The analysis assumes expansion would extend eligibility for Medicaid to adults aged 19 […]

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Health Intelligence Partners: Market Signals Briefing August Webinar
August 30, 2019

Leavitt Partners held a Market Signals Briefing webinar on August 21 as part of a continuing bimonthly webinar series produced by Health Intelligence Partners (HIP). Designed to provide health care stakeholders with timely perspectives on current market events and to identify what matters, HIP Market Signals Briefings bring experts together to sift through the noise […]

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2019 Leavitt Partners Annual Strategy Conference Recap
August 12, 2019

This week we would like to highlight the Leavitt Partners Annual Strategy Conference, which took place August 1-2 in Chicago. The almost 200 representatives—including health system leaders, strategists from health care solutions companies, and C-suite level decision makers from pharmaceutical and payer organizations—gathered to discuss a strategic framework, key information & perspectives, as well as […]

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Moving Forward Together: Opportunities to Improve Program Integrity in Medicaid Non-Emergency Medical Transportation
July 24, 2019

This white paper reviews the non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) benefit in Medicaid, with a focus on improving the program integrity of the NEMT benefit. The NEMT benefit enables Medicaid beneficiaries who lack reliable sources of transportation to use a benefit that will ensure they can access their primary care provider, dialysis appointment, child wellness check-up, […]

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Are ACO-Affiliated Hospitals Narrowing Their PAC Networks?
May 23, 2019

Since the inception of Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), affiliated health care stakeholders have experimented with various methods to help them achieve their goal of coordinating high-quality and cost-efficient care. ACOs were first implemented within the Medicare payment system in 2012, and ACO leaders continue to test care delivery transformation innovations to enable further opportunities for […]

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No Evidence That ACO-Affiliated Hospitals Are Narrowing Their PAC Networks
May 22, 2019

This white paper details the findings from an analysis of Medicare claims data that was compared with Accountable Care Organization (ACO) affiliation data from Torch Insight™, a proprietary analytics platform and compendium of health care data. Hospitals affiliated with or owned by an ACO are financially incentivized to manage the health and health care costs […]

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