There’s a lot of talk around the Quadruple Aim and value-based care, but how do these frameworks intersect and overlap? Rick Foerster, Senior Vice President of Value-Based Operations at Privia Health, examines how the interplay of these concepts can give us an accurate — and exciting — vision for what healthcare has in store in the near-future!
The benefits of value-based arrangements — increased time with patients, reimbursements that reward high-quality care, and more — appeal to many providers. However, the barriers to entry are often confusing and intimidating. Sam Starbuck, Vice President of Privia Quality Network, offers his expert perspective on how and where providers can get started with value-based models.
Telehealth, once a slow but steady growth industry, is booming as the coronavirus pandemic has increased patient demand and regulatory support — and many providers will require funding to sustain momentum, industry experts said. READ MORE
Independent physicians are hoping for expedited federal aid as elective procedures and non-urgent, in-person doctors’ visits are postponed to accommodate more COVID-19 cases, threatening their practices’ viability. READ MORE
Privia Health’s Chief Clinical Officer Keith Fernandez, MD, shares his insights on ways providers can combat COVID-19 by leveraging technology, implementing telehealth, and practicing self-care.
Privia Medical Group North Texas expands through strategic alliance with eighth-largest pediatric health care provider in the country ARLINGTON, VA AND DALLAS, TX – (January 9, 2020) – Privia Health and Children’s Health announced they have entered into a strategic alliance. Through Privia Health’s second health system alliance, Children’s Health will advance its physician alignment …
In healthcare’s current fee-for-service landscape, it might be difficult to imagine a world without prior authorizations. But as more hospitals and payers shift to value-based care contracting and embrace analytical data-sharing, the burdens and inefficiencies associated with the prior authorization process may become a thing of the past. READ MORE
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has announced the release of $30 billion of the $100 billion earmarked for hospitals in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act. This money is separate from $34 billion in advance payment loans to providers announced last week. CMS later increased the amount in the Accelerated and Advance Payment …