posts tagged as reimbursement


CMS Update: What 2019 Medicare Fee Updates Mean for the Road Ahead

Regulatory changes from CMS are speeding up the transformation of the U.S. healthcare system. Here, we break down the latest CMS provider fee schedule changes and what they mean for the road ahead. read more


By Steven Shill | August 22, 2018

Telemedicine Adoption in Elder Care: The Regional Divide

As advancements in tech and expanded CMS reimbursement of telemedicine quicken elder care’s move from hospital to home, the Northeast and the West find themselves at differing levels of home health investment. But the regional divide isn... read more


Why More Seniors Will Start Spending Their Final Days at Home

In response to the growth of the aging population, healthcare providers are planning to focus near-term investment in home health care and models that support it. For these innovative models to be successful, patients and their providers... read more


Vlog: The Hospital’s Future in a Medicare Advantage World

How can hospitals combat the forces at work to reduce patient stays and shift care to lower-cost settings? We outline how hospitals must transform their business models to develop a winning future strategy—especially in a Medicare... read more


Medicare Advantage: The Future Model of Care

The current administration is pushing to grow privatized Medicare through Medicare Advantage plans in an effort to curb healthcare spending. As these plans continue to grow in popularity among patients, hospitals and health systems will... read more


3 Foundational Shifts in Healthcare

Three foundational shifts are behind major healthcare developments: mandates to choice, regulation to competition, and subsidies to actuarial soundness. Here’s what they mean for healthcare’s stakeholders. read more


By Rachel Laureno | November 06, 2017

5 Indicators of Where Healthcare is Headed: As Seen from Inside the Beltway

At the Washington Business Journal’s recent Hospital CEO Summit in Washington, four healthcare leaders from Sibley Memorial Hospital, Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States, Children’s National Health System and George Washington... read more


BDO’s New Nonprofit Survey: Spotlight on Healthcare Finances & Funding

BDO’s first nonprofit survey, Nonprofit Standards, which polled nonprofits nationwide on strategic planning, operations and board governance, includes new data specific to health and human services (HHS) organizations that speaks to the... read more


What Implications Could FASB's ASC 606 Have for Healthcare?

The new revenue recognition accounting standard, ASC Topic 606 Revenue from Contracts with Customers, takes effect for public entities in 2018, with all other companies following suit in 2019. Its goal is to scrap industry-specific... read more


By Susan C. Sargent | March 09, 2017

2017 CMS Physician Fee Schedule Important Step Toward Achieving Population Health

On Nov. 2, 2016, the 2017 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Physician Fee Schedule was finalized, reflecting, among other changes, an emphasis on primary care efforts to drive enhanced care management and behavioral health... read more