What are bundled-payment programs?

This is part three of a five-part series: Medicare and the Transition to Value-Based Care

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Bundled-payment programs are designed to incentivize providers to deliver value-focused care. They are encouraged to do so by advancing the coordination and efficiency of care while also improving quality and outcomes at lower costs. As with other health care initiatives, some providers are wondering: How does the bundled payment model work? And how can you earn financial incentives?

As a field sales rep, an account executive, a medical liaison, or a customer service manager, you're expected to know a great deal about the health care delivery system—and it can be complicated. To stay ahead of the competition and to establish credibility with your customers, you need to be viewed as a valuable resource.

In part three of our five-part educational series, you’ll learn what bundled-payment programs are and get an introduction to the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BCPI) program, the BPCI Advanced program, and the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) program.

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