Healthcare Business Weekly Update, August 20, 2018
August 20, 2018  Vol. X, No. 16
Free Download: Case Management Trends: More Care Team Integration; Face-to-Face CM Encounters Edge Out Telephonic

With each year, a larger swath of the healthcare industry comes to rely upon the skills of healthcare case managers to influence clinical, quality and financial outcomes. According to the 2017 Case Management Survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network, the percentage of healthcare organizations enlisting case managers in care management rose from 88 percent in 2013 to 94 percent in 2017. Further, patients are much more likely to encounter a case manager in a provider's office this year than they might have been four years ago. Two-thirds of 2017 respondents embed or colocate case managers alongside care teams today, versus 54 percent in 2013.

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  1. BCBS of Kansas' Value-Based Programs Reduce PMPM Fee Over Network Average

  2. Recent Progress in the Value Journey: Growth of ACOs and Value-Based Payment Models in 2018

  3. Profiting from Population Health Revenue in an ACO: Framework for Medicare Shared Savings and MIPS Success

  4. Home Care Effective for Patients with Blood Clots

  5. Mounting Pressure from Value-Based Reimbursement Models Drives Clinical Improvement Strategy at Allina Health System

  6. Johns Hopkins Experts Create Opioid Prescribing Guidelines for 20 Common Surgical Procedures

  7. Assessing Social Determinants of Health: Screening Tools, Triage and Workflows to Link High-Risk Patients to Community Services

  8. New Chart: What Is the Primary Purpose of Conducting Home Visits Among High-Risk Populations?

  9. Post-Discharge Home Visits: 5 Pillars to Reduce Readmissions and Engage High-Risk Patients

  10. Home-Delivered Meals Keep Heart Failure Patients Out of Hospital

  11. A Collaborative Blueprint for Reducing SNF Readmissions: Driving Results with Quality Reporting and Performance Metrics

  12. Patients Do Better When Physicians Follow Computer Alerts

  13. Waiting on ACO Shared Savings? Here's 3 Ways to Generate Population Health Revenue Now

  14. Medicaid Expansion States See Rise in Coverage for Low-Income Adults With Substance Use Disorders

  15. Post-Acute Care in 2018: Value-Based Reimbursement Models Drive Post-Acute Care Collaboratives and Preferred Networks

  16. Telephonic and Community-Based Care Coordination Model: An Early Engagement Approach for Medicaid Managed Care

  17. HHS Awards $125 Million To Support Community Health Center Quality Improvement

  18. AHRQ Launches New App Challenge To Advance Care Through Patient Self-Assessments

  19. Blue Cross Blue Shield Association Partners with Fitbit to Deliver Discounted Fitbit Devices to Over 60 Million Members

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