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Tag: value-based care

Clark CameronClark Cameron

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Medicare Advantage: An origin story

Nov. 20, 2023 / By Clark Cameron

In 1997, the Balanced Budget Act established a new part of Medicare called “Medicare + Choice” or Medicare Part C. Under this program, the federal government outsourced administration of Medicare […]

Clark CameronClark Cameron

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How Egyptian Health Department leverages data to strengthen care coordination for at-risk kids

Nov. 6, 2023 / By Clark Cameron

The 3M Health Policy Executive webinar series highlights our clients’ efforts to advance care outcomes and equity. In October, we were joined by Teresa Pickering, chief information officer (CIO) of […]

Mike RistauMike Ristau

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Three questions with Michael Ristau: We’re just around the corner, but we’re all over the world

Oct. 5, 2023 / By Michael Ristau, MBA, Courtney Howell-McAnelly

I sat down with Michael Ristau, 3M Health Information Systems (HIS) vice president of global marketing and international growth officer, where he shared more about the division’s global background, approach […]

Clark CameronClark Cameron

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Meet our newest Inside Angle podcast host: Clark Cameron

Sept. 18, 2023 / By Clark Cameron

We are excited to welcome our new podcast host Clark Cameron, director of payer commercialization at 3M Health Information Systems. Read more about Clark’s background and expertise, including what topics […]

Steve DelarondeSteve Delaronde

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Does value-based care need rebranding?

Sept. 13, 2023 / By Steve Delaronde

Everyone wants quality at a fair price. This is the definition of value. However, when it comes to health care, value may not be the term that resonates most with […]

Melissa ClarkeMelissa Clarke

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Addressing inequities in maternal health outcomes

May 15, 2023 / By Melissa Clarke, MD

Every year in the U.S., nearly four million women give birth. The vast majority happen uneventfully. However, per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 50,000 each year, […]

Sandeep WadhwaSandeep Wadhwa

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Three questions with Dr. Sandeep Wadhwa: Flavors of risk and why payviders are trending

May 8, 2023 / By Sandeep Wadhwa, MD, MBA, Angela Haile-Selassie

I sat down with Dr. Sandeep Wadhwa, 3M Health Information Systems global chief medical officer, to talk about the growing buzz around the payvider model and how providers can determine […]

Steve DelarondeSteve Delaronde

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Alzheimer’s disease and value-based aging

March 6, 2023 / By Steve Delaronde

More than 50 million people worldwide and 6.5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease. It is responsible for up to 70 percent of dementia cases and represents a significant […]

Matthew FerraraMatthew Ferrara

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A perspective on measuring value

Sept. 21, 2022 / By Matthew Ferrara

Can health plan value be distilled down to a single score? Would it reveal anything meaningful and if so, how could that information be used? While working for Texas Medicaid, […]

Grethen MillsGretchen Mills

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Episodes as a steppingstone to full risk capitation in the shift to value-based payment

May 9, 2022 / By Gretchen Mills

The shift of the U.S. health care system from fee for service (FFS) to value-based care and payment now seems inevitable. To date, the transition has been relatively slow, as […]

Steve DelarondeSteve Delaronde

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Is value-based care really a “value” if patients can’t afford it?

April 11, 2022 / By Steve Delaronde

Paying for value makes sense. It incents health care providers to maximize patient outcomes relative to price rather than the number of office visits, lab tests or medical procedures they […]

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Three questions with Susan Salek: Classifying data and sharing information

Feb. 3, 2022 / By Kelli Christman, Susan Salek

I sat down with 3M Health Information Systems Business Director of Grouper Applications and Payer Services Susan Salek to discuss 2022 trends for payers and how 3M methodologies were created […]