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Topic: Provider Relations
Last Friday CMS’s Medicare Learning Network released some details on how the sequester will impact Medicare fee-for-service. By extension we see some implications for what it means to Medicare Advantage (MA). The CMS notice offered the following: Read more
The New York Times reports that Hospitals fear they may bear the brunt of Medicare cuts. I should hope so! But not because they are wildly profitable at the expense of efficiency and innovation elsewhere.
After last week’s AHIP conference on Medicare and Medicaid and MANY coffees and cocktails later, a picture emerged that the only thing slowing the movement of dual eligibles into health plans isn’t nervous advocacy groups or overstretched regulators — it’s newbies to the game of caring for the nation’s most vulnerable patients.
On Thursday July 26th at 1pm ET we’ll kick off our new webinar series, “Lessons from Medicare Advantage and Part D”, a monthly webinar series around what we’ve learned in Medicare that can be applied to the exchanges and other aspects of health reform. We’ll begin with a deep dive on risk adjustment in the exchanges.
In response to client requests, GHG is holding its first-ever Client Forum June 12-13 in Washington. With so much change in the air in government programs, the Forum is the perfect opportunity to get your team focused on the road ahead.
We’re less than three months from the GHG Forum. This is NOT your usual conference. We’ve developed a unique educational retreat for management teams working in government programs. I’m thrilled at the presentations our faculty are preparing: we’re putting our senior consultants on the stage to deliver case studies, war stories and tales of best practices. But just as importantly, we’re building in time for you to react to these sessions with your team— to develop questions for your track faculty, compare notes, discuss implementing the best practices you’ve learned about.