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March 2022 Anne-marie Boxall,
To make progress implementing payment and delivery system reforms, state governments need to make genuine stakeholder engagement routine business, develop reforms that build on past successes, and ensure health reform is a top priority for bureaucrats and political leaders. More
August 2020 Christine A. Yee, Steven D. Pizer, Austin B. Frakt,
Context: Bundled payments have been promoted as an alternative to fee‐for‐service payments that can mitigate the incentives for service volume… More
January 2020 Sander Steenhuis, Jeroen Struijs, Xander Koolman, Johannes Ket, Eric van der Hijden,
Sander Steenhuis of the Talma Institute at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and colleagues report on their systematic literature review of the payment model, in which they identify and categorize 53 key elements that affect the bundled payment contract development process. More
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