Congressional Agreement on 2024 Spending Package Includes Reduced Cuts, Telehealth Extension
Agreement also lowers barriers to prescribing opioid use disorder medication.
How Medicare Advantage Could Address Pain Inequities for Black Patients Living With Serious Illness
Health Affairs Forefront article offers five recommendations for MA plans to redress pain inequities.
How a Full-Risk Payment Model Powers an Illinois Home-Based Palliative Care Program
Advocate Aurora's model allows clinicians to provide the most appropriate care for their patients—without jumping through insurance hoops.
Palliative Care Needs a Defined Scope to Expand Access, Reimbursement
Hospice News article includes interview with CAPC CEO, Brynn Bowman.
New Actuarial Analysis Estimates Medicaid Palliative Care Return on Investment
At minimum, palliative care is cost neutral while improving quality of life.
Future Medicare Models Expected to Take Lessons from Medicare Care Choices Model (MCCM)
MCCM shines in its results compared to other Medicare models
The Cost Effectiveness of Palliative Care in a Fee-For-Service or Value Setting
CAPC's Brynn Bowman interviewed on HFMA's podcast to discuss palliative care and how it reduces the cost of care across the continuum.
House Passes Bill Extending Telehealth Reimbursement
Bill moves to senate before it is passed into law.
Researchers Devise a Two-Tiered Payment Model for Community-Based Palliative Care
Building on the field’s 2017 proposal and accounting for both intensity and stability.
ACO Partnerships Could Open Doors for Palliative Care Providers
CAPC's Allison Silvers discusses how partnerships with ACOs may help palliative care teams grow, and more.