With a theme of “Aligning for Action” the LAN 2016 Fall Summit offers an exciting range of sessions designed to help stakeholders take active steps toward effective alternative payment model implementation. Many of those sessions will build upon previous recommendations released by the LAN Work Groups. To help you get the most out of your time at the LAN Summit, we have pulled together links to all the LAN resources and materials, including white papers, reports, and information about our new Action Collaboratives.
|In January 2016, the LAN released the APM Framework White Paper. To find out where your organization falls within the Framework, and to read the results of a national data collection effort to measure the implementation of APMs in the commercial, Medicare Advantage, and state Medicaid markets, click the links below.|
|Under PBP models, providers accept accountability for total cost of care, care quality, and health outcomes for a patient population. To learn more about the PBP Work Group’s recommendations on four priority areas that are foundational for the success of these models, click the links below.
|A clinical episode payment is a bundled payment for a set of services that occur over time and across settings. To read the CEP Work Group’s recommendations for designing clinical episode payment models for elective joint replacement, coronary artery disease, and maternity care, click the links below.
|To learn more about how the MAC is providing support and resources to organizations working to accelerate the implementation of maternity care episode payments, click here.
|To learn how the PAC is working to speed the adoption of multi-payer primary care APMs by supporting public and private payers participating in these models, click here.|
|To read the PCPM Work Groups draft recommendations for primary care payment models, click here.|