In June 2020, Collective Medical surveyed accountable care organization (ACO) leadership across the country to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
What Every Organization Needs to Know About the New CMS Conditions of Participation—& Common Pitfalls to Avoid
To facilitate better interoperability and transparency between care teams, CMS has modified its Conditions of Participation under the Interoperability and Patient Access final ruling. Learn what this means for healthcare organizations.
Learn how hospitals can go beyond compliance with the CMS interoperability rules and use the CoP to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs.
An in-depth white paper looking at how care coordination technology can drive positive patient and financial outcomes for payers.
Every year, around 45 million adults in the United States experience a mental health condition. Additionally, The US spends over $200 billion and $35 billion per year on mental disorders and substance use disorders, respectively. This white paper discusses the shortage of behavioral health professionals, government initiatives, the role of collaboration, and success stories from organizations who have improved clinical and financial outcomes by prioritizing care coordination.
For ACOs and other organizations with an emphasis on accountability and value-based care, meeting regulations established by CMS and ONC is key to ensuring patients are receiving the best care possible while avoiding penalties. It can be difficult to know where to begin coordinating care with navigating several care teams and providers. This whitepaper provides a starting point for ACOs looking to help patients and lower costs.
Readmissions have become a key focus for hospitals and skilled nursing facilities across the country due to financial penalties the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have implemented in an effort to reduce avoidable readmissions. Learn how care coordination can help clinicians and other providers make more-informed treatment decisions, prevent readmissions, and save costs.
Emergency department (ED) visits reached nearly 146 million in the US in 2016. EDs are increasingly becoming a critical source of care for safety-net populations, those who don’t have access to other care, and those who need advanced technologies that EDs have....
Over 70 percent of workplace assaults annually occur in the healthcare and social service settings. But people don’t go into healthcare to get hurt at work. There are strategies that can be implemented to better protect staff, not only in individual locations or...
Opioid use disorder continues to be a growing problem in the US—causing 49,068 deaths in 2017 and accounting for 66.4% of all drug overdose-related deaths. Learn how care teams across the country have implemented technology-facilitated collaborative care initiatives...