Clinical integration is crucial for managing quality outcomes in musculoskeletal bundles. Musculoskeletal bundles, which refer to the comprehensive, episode-based payments for specific procedures like joint replacement or spinal fusion, aim to promote better coordination, reduce costs, and improve patient outcomes. Clinical integration is a means to achieve these goals through the following ways:
Topics: Orthopaedics, Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Care, Elective Surgeries, Musculoskeletal Care, Spine Bundles, Healthcare Analytics, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Value-based care, Advanced Payment Models, Hip and Knee Bundles, BCBSTX, 360CareNav, Care Management, Transitional Care, Healthcare Delivery, Clinically Integrated Network
Transitional care management (TCM) is an increasingly vital aspect of healthcare delivery. As patients move between different healthcare settings, they need coordinated care that ensures a seamless transition from one provider to another. TCM aims to improve patient outcomes, reduce hospital readmissions, and provide continuity of care.
Topics: Value-based care, Practice Optimization, Advanced Payment Models, 360CareNav, Care Management, Transitional Care, Transitional Care Management, TCM, Healthcare Delivery, patient outcomes, care coordination, patient-centered care, telemedicine, healthcare costs, healthcare providers, hospital readmissions, digital solutions, care transitions, population health management
Care management programs have been designed to help manage patient care and reduce costs. However, determining the return on investment (ROI) for these programs is not always clear. Risk-bearing entities and providers can take specific steps to improve their ROI and provide a better experience for individuals. In this blog post, we’ll explore three strategies that can help improve ROI and maximize the benefits of care management programs.