Philo Hall and Kevin Malone, Members of the Firm, co-present "MSSP, ACOs, and You," a webinar hosted by HealthExecWire.

The Medicare Shared Services Program (MSSP) offers significant benefits for patients, providers, AND payers. But there are substantial hurdles to implementation.

The Biden administration has announced its ambitious goal of “having all people with Traditional Medicare in an accountable care relationship with a health care provider by 2030.” Achieving this goal will require short- and long-term changes for a broad spectrum of healthcare professionals.

Philo and Kevin answer these questions and more:

  • What are the latest changes to the MSSP?
  • How does CMS get us from the current system to an all-ACO model?
  • What does this mean for providers in current Medicare value-based payment models?
  • In what ways will the present ACO REACH program change?
  • Will the patient experience be impacted?
  • Integration of specialty care into ACOs – how will this be accomplished?

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Event Detail

1:00 pm ET
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