Top VBP blogs from 2022 and what’s new for 2023!
Take a look at the top read blogs from 2022
THE VBP Blog
February 1, 2023 – As we launch into a new year for the VBP Blog, we can’t help but be encouraged by the number of states embracing value based programs. In 2022, we covered a ton of incredible topics including new programs in California and Ohio, Home Health, Social Determinants of Health, and of course the basics of value-based payments! With our goal to bring relevant news with a sprinkle of our advocate’s perspective, we hope you both enjoy and benefit from what our blog offers.3
In this March 2022 blog we covered the importance of SDOH metrics interacting with technology and care planning. We touched on multiple states, including PA and Texas, that are currently implementing technology tools to smooth processes and improve quality of care.
Value-Based Payments are constantly growing and evolving, in this blog from January 2022 we discuss the basics of what value-based models are and what updates happened in the past year. Hint, there will be another one of these for 2023!
In September, we covered the new ACO REACH which gives individuals with complex needs better access to care. This detailed blog explains how the new model benefits both providers and the IDD community.
In 2023, you will see a ton of great new content including guest blogs from thought leaders across the country, updates on IDD managed care, new developments in Home Health and Home Care, and of course top news articles from across the nation! The end of Health Emergency will be impact millions of consumers and providers, states are increasingly requiring the inclusion of provider led networks in their managed care programs, and the end of the incremental funds from CARES and ARPA funds will be challenging providers to stay in business. Last but not least, the workforce issues continue to be paramount. Any one of these factors alone would have a huge impact on services and the way value will be defined. Always at risk will be the recipients of the services, the most vulnerable consumers! In this environment, we will always stay focused on how CMS, states and payers respond!
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About the Author
Fady Sahhar brings over 30 years of senior management experience working with major multinational companies including Sara Lee, Mobil Oil, Tenneco Packaging, Pactiv, Progressive Insurance, Transitions Optical, PPG Industries and Essilor (France).
His corporate responsibilities included new product development, strategic planning, marketing management, and global sales. He has developed a number of global communications networks, launched products in over 45 countries, and managed a number of branded patented products.
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Mandy Sahhar provides experience in digital marketing, event management, and business development. Her background has allowed her to get in on the ground floor of marketing efforts including website design, content marketing, and trade show planning. Through her modern approach, she focuses on bringing businesses into the new digital age of marketing through unique approaches and focused content creation. With a passion for communications, she can bring a fresh perspective to an ever-changing industry. Mandy has an MBA with a marketing concentration from Canisius College.