Looking at States’ Managed Care Programs: Kansas and Texas

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Break Through Value Based Payments Looking at States’ Managed Care Programs: Kansas and Texas THE VBP Blog Happy New Year! Let’s start 2020 where we left off in our last blog. We will review two of the ten states that currently are supporting the I/DD population with managed care programs. Using the Ancor 2018 White Paper, combined with our own research, we opted to break down Texas and Kansas. Both… Read More »Looking at States’ Managed Care Programs: Kansas and Texas

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Looking at States’ Managed Care Programs: Iowa and Tennessee

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Break Through Value Based Payments THE VBP Blog Looking at States’ Managed Care Programs: Iowa and Tennessee Managed care has been a slow mover for the I/DD population in multiple states. As of 2019, there are 229,817 Medicaid consumers with an intellectual/developmental disability (I/DD) enrolled in Medicaid managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS) programs. In fact, only ten states have adopted a policy for populations with special needs at all.… Read More »Looking at States’ Managed Care Programs: Iowa and Tennessee

Quality Measures for the I/DD and MLTSS Communities

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Break Through Value Based Payments Quality Measures for the I/DD and MLTSS Communities THE VBP Blog In our last blog we anticipated breaking down the current state models for I/DD communities. However, we attended the Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association (RCPA) conference and presented to the MAX Group, where we learned that many providers aren’t as attuned to the quality measures available in this area. So, acting on the counsel… Read More »Quality Measures for the I/DD and MLTSS Communities

Lower Risk and Reward with Sub-Capitation

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THE VBP Blog One of the greatest areas of concern when we discuss capitation, is that it is “all or nothing.” However, that is not the case. In the development of Value Based Payments, there are ample opportunities to incorporate partial capitation, for specific services, events/episodes, and even treatments. As value-based options continue to take on more risk, we find ourselves looking at every alternative option. Capitation, as we covered… Read More »Lower Risk and Reward with Sub-Capitation

VBP Risk Capitation Pros and Cons

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Break Through Value Based Payments Part 10: Risk Capitation Pros and Cons THE VBP Blog Welcome back to THE VBP Blog Series. Continuing our drill-down into risk-sharing in Value Based Payments, in today’s blog we look at the capitation model. As the ever-challenging task of lowering healthcare costs continues to come to the forefront, organizations may look to capitation, which requires that providers take on the full financial risk for the care of… Read More »VBP Risk Capitation Pros and Cons

VBP Risk Sharing

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Break Through Value Based Payments Risk Sharing in Value Based Payments The VBP Blog Welcome back to THE VBP Blog Series. As many of you have asked for continuing the global view of Value Based Payments, in today’s blog we look at how contracting entities take part in risk sharing arrangements. This is usually an option for mature VBP organizations, with proven stable data tracks and clear quality-controlled processes. Risk sharing involves… Read More »VBP Risk Sharing