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Navigating Value-Based Care: Tips From the Field


For more than a decade, federal legislation and programs at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have aimed to transform health care delivery and payment from a volume- to a value-based system. With varied names—value-based purchasing, value-based payment, pay-for-performance, pay-for-quality—all of these initiatives emphasize inc...
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L&M is seeking a dedicated Health Policy Researcher to join our team in Washington, DC

Health Policy Researcher L&M Policy Research seeks candidates for a mid-level research position in Washington, D.C. This position is an integral part of a highly collaborative and collegial health policy research and consulting firm. Our staff combines a deep knowledge of public and private health care with extensive experience in health s...
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We’re Hiring! L&M is seeking a dedicated Health Policy Quantitative Research Analyst to join our team in Washington, DC

Quantitative Research Analyst in Health Policy  L&M Policy Research, LLC is seeking new quantitative research colleagues for full-time positions in Washington, DC. Option for partial telework arrangement. L&M is a highly-collaborative, boutique, health services research firm that offers deep knowledge of public and private health care ...
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How ACOs In Rural And Underserved Areas Responded To Medicare’s ACO Investment Model

Implementation of accountable care organizations (ACOs) has been occurring unevenly across the nation, with rural areas lagging behind their more urban counterparts in ACO establishment. To help establish ACOs in more areas of the country, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) developed the ACO Investment Model (AIM) to provide ...
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Reflecting on the Current and Future State of Pediatric Quality Measurement and Improvement

A panel of experts shared their insights on the shifting dynamics in pediatric care and research and discussed how performance measurement and improvement in pediatric care can be further advanced to improve overall outcomes. Read the discussion, written in part by L&M's Margaret Edder Johnson, M.B.A., posted on
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