Capable of aligning the
appropriate group of physicians needed to
perform within a specific contract.
Financial incentives designed to support both the physician and physician group practice.
Increase desirability by aligning value-based care contractual arrangements with physicians & their practices' capabilities. It's not "one size fits all".
Our diverse team has over 35 years of cumulative experience in bundled payment and value-based care models, having worked with thousands of physicians and providers in every state.
The 2-year extension for BPCI-A Model Year 7 presents an important opportunity for eligible specialists to attain best practices and performance within value-based payment models and access the potential savings from BPCI-A. This alternative payment test model provides alternative payments within traditional fee-for-service payment models. CMS’s stated goal of having 100% of its Medicare beneficiaries within value-based care arrangements by 2030 provides increased incentive for specialist participation within the MY7 BPCI-A model to gain operational experience in managing clinical pathways and post-acute care engagement within value-based accountable payment models.
BridgepointMD can help your specialist group practice gain the necessary skills in value-based payments to enhance your operational capacity as value-based payments compete with fee-for-service arrangements and position you strategically for the future of healthcare.
Position your practice to not just survive in healthcare but thrive as value-based payment models engage specialists with BridgepointMD.
For more information on BPCI-A, go to BPCI Advanced CMS Resources at https://innovation.cms.gov/innovation-models/bpci-advanced/applicant-resources
For more information on HCPLAN, go to https://hcp-lan.org
ACO - With BridgepointMD’s expansive multi-specialty network, we can create significant leverage when negotiating with ACO’s. Our network easily aligns high performing specialists with the appropriate contract. This is why you want to become a partner within our network.
Medicare Advantage - Being a part of our multi-specialty network, our negotiating leverage extends to Medicare Advantage companies as well. This affords you the ability to sit at the table at the same time remaining independently owned and operated.
Direct Contracting Entities (DCE) – a voluntary alternative payment model that negotiates per-patient healthcare costs directly with CMS. We share the risk and benefits of the cost and quality of care by operating under this common legal structure, helping you select which type of payment, population and risk arrangement options benefit the network and which practices are most applicable to each contract.
Direct to Employer – providing employers access to our expansive multi-specialty network enables us that leverage when negotiating and developing these partnerships between employers and their local health delivery systems for covered services under their employee benefits plan. This partnership focuses on reducing costs, improving quality and enhancing customer/patient satisfaction.
We can help you navigate the complexities of the other CMS Payment Innovation models like the Enhancing Oncology Model (EOM) and the Kidney Care Choices Model (KCC) as well as any future models created by CMS.
These models offer savings where specialty mix is model dependent which can be a challenge to navigate and manage. BridgepointMD’s team has the expertise to help those practices successfully navigate these seemingly complicated models.
For more information on CMS Innovation payment models, go to the CMS Innovation Center at: https://innovation.cms.gov/innovation-models#views=models.
Partnering directly with payors, employers and purchasers of healthcare services in general to develop clinical episodes of care and aligning appropriately skilled specialists with each contract/episode. Each episode has relevant services, relevant diagnoses, aftereffects & indications.
Using the episode definitions developed by PACES we are better able to assist payors & interested parties in representing the full end-to-end price for all services consumed in a single episode so all have a better sense of what is involved in the complex medical care of patients within the episodes so we can better manage not only the cost of care, but better-quality outcomes.
For more information on the PACES Center, go to PACES Center.