Press Release: Remedy Partners to Conduct Webinar Series on Opportunities with BPCI Advanced
Contact: Dorit Baxter
DARIEN, CONNECTICUT USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE -- JULY 11, 2017: Remedy Partners, the episodes of care company and provider of data-driven technology and services for value-based care, will be conducting a series of webinars on the latest iteration of the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) initiative.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has reported their intention to announce the next iteration of the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) program this summer. The BPCI Advanced program, as it will be called, will represent the next phase of the journey from volume to value in US healthcare. The webinar will be held following the official announcement.
Prepare for BPCI ADVANCED: 5 Things You Need to Know, the first webinar in the series, is designed to help providers evaluate whether to participate in BPCI Advanced and how to structure this opportunity. During this 45-minute webinar, the experts from Remedy Partners will share the key levers for success gleaned from Remedy’s experience as the leading Awardee Convener in the current BPCI program. Remedy Partners offers unequalled breadth and depth of experience and proven tools to manage value-based care programs.
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The webinar presenters will be:
- Carolyn Magill, CEO Remedy Partners
- Chris Garcia, CFO, Remedy Partners
- Nick Bluhm, Director of Policy & Government Relations, Remedy Partners
- Win Whitcomb, Chief Medical Officer, Remedy Partners
Remedy Partners delivers software and services that enable payers, employers and providers with delegated risk to organize and finance healthcare delivery around a patient's episode of care. The company currently manages bundled payments programs at more than 1,000 healthcare locations, in partnership with hospitals, physician groups, health systems, skilled nursing facilities and home health agencies. Remedy is the largest awardee-convener under the BPCI program, managing approximately $5 billion under Medicare Fee-For-Service and helping more than half of program participants implement bundled payment models. Remedy’s products and services are designed to support episodic care across the healthcare spectrum, including managed care and ACOs. Please follow Remedy Partners on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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