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Dave Terry Featured in Videos from Cancer Center Business Summit

Archway Health is featured in video interviews from the Cancer Center Business Summit that are now live on OBR’s video center. In these short videos, Archway Health Co-Founder and CEO Dave Terry answers questions about Alternative Payment Models. Check out the videos below.

What are the keys to success when participating in Alternative Payment Models? 

What are the Alternative Payment Models of the future?

Why should practices participate in Alternative Payment Models?

You can watch all the videos and related videos here: http://obroncology.com/video-center/?category=cancer-center-business-summit&watch=NDUyMzI2

Press Release: Archway Health Selected by 18 Leading Cancer Facilities in 2016 to Manage Oncology Bundled Payment Model

The Oncology Care Model (OCM), a voluntary CMS bundled payment program, has seen strong interest among providers; more than double the number of expected participants have joined. Archway Health, a firm specializing in implementing and managing bundled payment programs across all care settings, today announced that 10 oncology providers have engaged the firm to manage participation in the OCM model since the start of the program in July 2016; Archway gained an additional eight clients within oncology prior to the CMS program launch.

HealthExec: Q&A - Archway CEO Terry on bundles, how value-based care may thrive under Trump’s HHS

Archway Health CEO and Founder Dave Terry recently spoke to Health Exec on the state of bundled payments in 2017. His responses were published in a Q&A, where Dave explains to Health Exec writer John Gregory "how the policies of President-elect Donald Trump and his pick to run HHS, U.S. Rep. Tom Price, MD, R-Georgia, could benefit value-based care initiatives and bundled payments in both Medicare and commercial insurance." Read the full article here.

Press Release: Archway Health Selected by Quality Cancer Care Alliance to Support Participation in CMS Oncology Care Model

The Quality Cancer Care Alliance (QCCA), a consortium of independent community oncology practices, announced they have partnered with Archway Health to provide analytics for the members’ participation in the Oncology Care Model (OCM) program, a bundled payment program. The OCM program, launched by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) on July 1, 2016, is a voluntary payment model that provides an incentive for oncology practices to increase care coordination, lower costs, and improve outcomes.

Press Release: Archway Health Selected by Lancaster Cancer Center to Navigate CMS Oncology Care Model

Lancaster Cancer Center, a leading regional provider of comprehensive hematology and oncology programs, announced that they have partnered with Archway Health to manage the organization’s participation in the Oncology Care Model (OCM) program, a bundled payment program. The OCM program, launched by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on July 1, 2016, is a voluntary payment model that provides an incentive for oncology practices to increase care coordination, lower costs, and improve outcomes.

The Oncology Care Model Officially Launches Today

The Oncology Care Model (OCM) officially starts today. This model, developed by the CMS Innovation Center, will run for 5 years. Archway is working with dozens of providers to help with OCM and related programs. Modern Healthcare reports that "seventeen private health insurance companies and more than 3,200 oncologists working in almost 200 medical groups will participate in the federal government's new cancer care project."

Click here to read the full article in Modern Healthcare: Doctors, insurers flock to Medicare's cancer payment demo despite questions