WASHINGTON, April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Yesterday, the Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network (LAN) launches its landmark tool, the Roadmap for Driving High Performance in Alternative Payment Models or the Roadmap. A customizable, interactive tool designed to help health care stakeholders navigate the challenges and opportunities inherent in Alternative Payment Model (APM) implementation. The Roadmap’s practical strategies and decision-making insights can accelerate payers’ efforts to design, implement, and expand or scale successful APMs.
The Roadmap is a capstone to the extensive portfolio of resources the LAN has built over the last four years, from the APM Framework to recommendations on designing clinical episode and population-based payment models, to data sharing, and primary care. This practical tool proudly reflects the ongoing efforts of the LAN, ever since its inception in 2015, to accelerate APM adoption.
The Roadmap’s key insights emerged from direct conversations with both payers and providers who have successfully adopted and implemented APMs. Their experiences inform this specialized tool and reveal how the work being done by both payers and providers is successfully transforming the health care system from fee-for-service to value-based payments. An interactive tool, guidance repository, and resource center all in one, the Roadmap reflects the most current strategies and actions for driving down health care costs, while improving quality of care for patients. Its organization into three domains—APM Design, Payer/Provider Collaboration, and Patient Centered Care—enables a user to navigate directly to content that meets their personal needs.
Of the Roadmap’s release, LAN Guiding Committee Co-Chair Mark McClellan noted, “The Roadmap was created to support the ongoing effort to transform the system from fee-for-service to value payment, to achieve better outcomes at lower costs for all patients. Our goal is for this tool to reach a broad audience that can find information in the broad array of promising practices that can support ongoing value payment efforts.” Renee McLaughlin, Senior Medical Director for Value-Based Relationships at Cigna, LAN Guiding Committee member, and a key APM expert that the LAN consulted in designing the Roadmap, said “For many providers, the transition from fee-for-service to fee for value is a journey marked by uncertainty, doubt, and many unanswered questions. The Roadmap is a valuable tool that can provide insight and guidance to providers new to the field of population health as well as to seasoned experts, easing and accelerating the path to success in value-based care delivery.”
The Roadmap is not only for payers and providers, but also serves consumers and patients, purchasers, and policymakers. It is an important resource for anyone seeking to understand the design process, the implementation plan for current successful APMs, or where opportunities lie for stakeholders to collaborate.
Visit http://hcp-lan.org/apm-roadmap to use the interactive Roadmap tool, download a printable PDF version, and explore all of the LAN’s available APM resources.
About the LAN: Launched in 2015 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), The Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network (LAN) is a public-private partnership whose mission is to accelerate the health care system’s transition to alternative payment models by aligning the innovation, power, and reach of the private and public sectors. The LAN’s purpose is to facilitate the shift from the fee-for-service payment model to a model that pays providers for quality care, improved health, and lower costs.
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