Payment Reform Resources

Title Source Date
The Impact of Primary Care Practice Transformation on Cost, Quality, and Utilization Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative July 2017
Experiences of Consumers with Managed Long-Term Services and Supports Programs Read the Full Report March 2017
Accelerating and Aligning Primary Care Payment Models Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network February 2017
Improving Population Health by Working with Communities: Action Guide 3.0 National Quality Forum August 2016
Comparison of CPC+ and Medicare ACOs NAACOS August 2016
ACOs at a Crossroads NAACOS June 2016
Investing in Social Services for States' Health: Identifying and Overcoming Barriers Milbank Memorial Fund May 2016
Payment Methods and Benefit Designs: How They Work and How They Work Together to Improve Health Care Urban Institute & Catalyst for Payment Reform May 2016
AAFP "MACRA Ready" Resource Page American Academy of Family Physicians April 2016
Payment and Delivery System Reform in Medicare Kaiser Family Foundation February 2016
The Patient-Centered Medical Home's Impact on Cost and Quality: Annual Review of Evidence, 2014-2015 Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative February 2016
Alternative Payment Models (APMs): Potential principles and implementation issues MedPac January 2016
Salary and Quality Compensation for Physician Practices Participating in Accountable Care Organizations Annals of Family Medicine July 2015
The Payment Reform Glossary Center for Helathcare Quality & Payment Reform July 2015
Testimony of Matt Salo Before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce National Association of Medicaid Directors June 2015
The Impact of Medicaid Expansion on Uncompensated Care Costs: Early Results and Policy Implications for States Robert Wood Johnson Foundation June 2015
The Arkansas Payment Improvement Initiative: Early Perceptions of Multi-Payer Reform in a Fragmented Provider Landscape American Journal of Managed Care June 2015
The Promise and Pitfalls of Alternative State Approaches to Medicaid Reform The Commonwealth Fund June 2015
Experts Discuss Medicare’s New Oncology Care Model The American Journal of Managed Care June 2015
Status of State Action on the Medicaid Expansion Decision The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation May 2015
Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) California Academy of Family Physicians May 2015
New Legislation to Transform Medicare Physician Payment American Academy of Family Physicians May 2015
Medicaid Primary Care Pay Parity American College of Physicians May 2015
Goodbye, Sustainable Growth Rate—Hello, Merit-Based Incentive Payment System Annals of Internal Medicine May 2015
Medicaid Primary Care Parity Health Affairs Blog May 2015
FAQ on Medicare Payment Reform American Academy of Family Physicians May 2015
Effects of Health Care Payment Models on Physician Practice in the United States Rand Corporation April 2015
Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA), H.R. 2 American College of Physicians April 2015
H.R.2 - Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 Congress.gov April 2015
Slides: How SGR repeal will change Medicare physician payments The Advisory Board April 2015
Pediatricians Applaud Passage of Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act American Academy of Pediatrics April 2015
Michigan’s Fee-For-Value Physician Incentive Program Reduces Spending And Improves Quality In Primary Care Health Affairs April 2015
AOA Letter of Support -- HR 2 Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization ACT American Osteopathic Association March 2015
SGR Repeal and Medicare Provider Payment Modernization Act House Committee on Ways and Means March 2015
Text of the Ensuring Access to Primary Care for Women & Children Act GovTrack March 2015
Healthcare and the 114th Congress: A Dynamic Guide to the Top Issues Affecting Internal Medicine Specialists and Their Patients American College of Physicians March 2015
Report to Congress on Medicaid and CHIP MACPAC March 2015
All Aboard: Engaging Self-Insured Employers in Multi-Payer Reform Pacific Business Group on Health February 2015
Where the states stand on Medicaid expansion The Advisory Board February 2015
Working Under a Clinic-Level Quality Incentive: Primary Care Clinicians’ Perceptions Annals of Family Medicine February 2015
Appointment Availability after Increases in Medicaid Payments for Primary Care New England Journal of Medicine February 2015
The Patient-Centered Medical Home's Impact on Cost and Quality: Annual Review of Evidence, 2013-2014 Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative January 2015
Transitioning to Organized Systems of Care: Medical Homes, Payment Bundles, and the Role of Fee-for-Service Bipartisan Policy Center January 2015
Managing Chronic Illness: Physician Practices Increased The Use Of Care Management And Medical Home Processes Health Affairs January 2015
ACO Contracting With Private and Public Payers: A Baseline Comparative Analysis American Journal of Managed Care December 2014
Reversing the Medicaid Fee Bump: How Much Could Medicaid Physician Fees for Primary Care Fall in 2015? Urban Institute December 2014
Patient-Centered Medical Home Initiatives Expanded In 2009–13: Providers, Patients, And Payment Incentives Increased Health Affairs October 2014
Cost, Utilization, and Quality of Care: An Evaluation of Illinois’ Medicaid Primary Care Case Management Program Annals of Family Medicine September 2014
Graduate Medical Education That Meets the Nation's Health Needs The Institute of Medicine August 2014
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan designates more than 1,400 physician practices to patient-centered medical home program for 2014 program year Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan July 2014
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