In preparation for the October 1 launch of the new Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) Advanced model from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Archway Health has hired three additional team members to deliver one-on-one advisory support to healthcare organizations and providers preparing to launch their bundled payment programs. Archway is a preferred partner to specialists, hospitals, conveners and other healthcare associations and organizations participating in all of CMS’s bundled payment programs, including those who have applied to BPCI Advanced.
With an expected announcement of a new bundled payments program from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Archway Health has hired four new team members to bolster and expand the organization’s capabilities, operations, and client services. Currently, Archway is a leading partner to specialists, hospitals, conveners and other specialty healthcare providers in CMS’s Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI); it is believed a new program will be announced within the next month.
Meet Dave Terry in this new feature by Boston Voyager, part of their Inspiring Stories series. In the article, Dave talks about what led him to found Archway Health. He says:
Over the years I’ve worked in all of the reimbursement models—fee-for-service, population health, global budgets, ACOs—and what I love about the bundled payment model is that it’s the only model that empowers the best experts—specialist physicians—to focus on patients who are sick, and help them get better and get back home.
And over the last few years we’ve seen that this is a better way to deliver healthcare. It's having a big impact on improving outcomes and the patient experience, significantly reducing costs, while also helping the providers we’re working with earn new revenue.
Our goal at Archway is to work with specialty providers, employers, and health plans who also believe this is a better way, and our objective is to help those folks improve care and reduce costs as they build and implement these initiatives.
Read the full article on Boston Voyager here: http://bostonvoyager.com/interview/meet-archway-health-watertown/