Payment Reform

  • FQHC Readiness

    The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) designed this toolkit to support states interested in developing a value-based alternative payment methodology (APM) for federally qualified health centers (FQHCs). The following section on FQHC readiness and practice transformation discusses key considerations and promising strategies based on lessons learned from states during NASHP’s Value-Based Payment Reform […]

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  • Measurement and Reporting

    The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) designed this toolkit to support states interested in developing a value-based alternative payment methodology (APM) for federally qualified health centers (FQHCs). The following section on measuring performance discusses key considerations and promising strategies based on lessons learned from states during NASHP’s Value-Based Payment Reform Academy. Types of […]

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  • State Health Policy Blog

    Improving birth outcomes, including reducing infant mortality, is a priority for state Medicaid agencies that finance nearly half of all births each year. Three states have proven to be creative and effective laboratories in developing initiatives that use Medicaid payment and delivery reform strategies to lower costs, improve access to postpartum care, reward high-quality care, […]

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  • Tuesday, October 24th 3:30PM-5:00PM States are now undertaking a myriad of transformation initiatives to rapidly revamp, strengthen, and sustain their Medicaid delivery systems. Session speakers, including Medicaid directors from Massachusetts and New Hampshire and a Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission representative, provide an overview of the delivery system reform landscape and share lessons […]

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  • Wednesday, October 25th 9:15AM-10:45AM Today, many states have had significant experience developing value-based payment models for various provider types and patient populations, but is value-based purchasing making an impact on the Triple Aim of higher health care quality, lower costs, and improved patient experiences? Many states have prioritized value-based purchasing in an effort to drive […]

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    June 6, 2017 | Filed under: 2017 Conference, Colorado, Oklahoma, Payment Reform, Tennessee
  • State Health Policy Blog

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently issued a highly anticipated update to 42 CFR Part 2, the regulation that governs sharing patient information by federally-designated substance use disorder (SUD) providers. The rule is timely: SUD has become a major cost driver, and many state policymakers are focused on the integration of […]

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  • Provider burnout is widespread and becoming more pervasive over time. Using the experience of the Heart of Virginia Healthcare (HVH) as a lens, this webinar addresses the scope and impact of provider burnout, why states should care, and what states can do about it. HVH is one of seven regional cooperatives reaching 1500 primary care practices nationwide as part […]

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  • Webinars

    In this webinar, members of the National Academy for State Health Policy’s Pharmacy Costs Workgroup review 11 specific proposals for how states may curb the rising cost of pharmaceuticals. NASHP’s work group looks broadly at states as purchasers, regulators, policymakers, and investors to develop the next generation of state–based reforms to address the rapid growth […]

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  • Publications

    Provider burnout is widespread and becoming more pervasive over time. Using the experience of the Heart of Virginia Healthcare (HVH) as a lens, this brief addresses the scope and impact of provider burnout, why states should care, and what states can do about it. HVH is one of seven regional cooperatives reaching 1500 primary care practices nationwide as […]

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