• BRG Spotlight on Improving Access through Value Based Care

    Berkeley Research Group shares a new analysis of evidence showing that accountable care initiatives expand access to health care services. The report indicates that “continued investment in [value-based care] can further these access gains as payment models are adjusted for long-term financial sustainability.”

  • A4H APM Bonus Extension Legislation Comparison

    A4H has prepared a comparison table showing the different legislative proposals to extend the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act advanced alternative payment model (APM) bonus. As a reminder, the 5% bonus expired last year and Congress extended the bonus for a single year at 3.5%. Absent Congressional action, the bonus will expire. A4H is urging lawmakers to pass an extension of the bonus for the 2024 performance/2026 payment year by the end of the year.

  • A4H Calls to Reinstate and Extend MACRA’s Advanced APM Incentive

    A4H joins over 600 stakeholders in calling for Congress to reinstate and extend MACRA’s Advanced APM incentive.

  • Testimony Before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on MACRA APMs

    Accountable care aims to improve the health care experience for people by encouraging care coordination, creating care teams that communicate with one another, and supporting individuals in their care journey with services that address their medical and non-medical needs.

  • Sign On Letter: Support Medicare Payment System Reform

    The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) today released a new primary care initiative – the Making Care Primary (MCP) Model – designed to enhance access to high-quality, accountable health care across America. A4H expresses our support.