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Session Description: Kindred Healthcare, Inc. and Golden Living will be presenting their experience with Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI). Both are participating as Model 3 Retrospective Post-Acute Care Awardees who initiated their risk-bearing period January 1st, 2014. This session will include an overview of the BPCI demonstration, the opportunities and challenges of participation, lessons learned and keys to success. Kindred and Golden Living will compare and contrast their individual participation.
Describe the overall structure of CMMIs Bundled Payment for Care Improvement with a focus on post-acute participation.
Review of the organizational pros and cons when considering participation in a CMMI demonstration project.
Discuss the key clinical, operational and financial monitoring structures that are commonly employed when participating in the Bundle Demonstrations.
Discuss key lessons learned as well as keys to success as an organization approaches alternative payment structures.
Speaker(s): Leslie Vajner, RN, BSN, MBA John Perticone, MBA Carrie L. Condon