• A4H Commends the Introduction of the Value in Health Care Act in the U.S. Senate

    Following the introduction of the Value in Health Care Act in the U.S. Senate this week, Accountable for Health (A4H) announced its strong support for the legislation and its efforts to accelerate the adoption of accountable care models across the country.

  • New Research Highlights the Important Role of Incentives to Accelerate the Transition from Costly Fee-For-Service to Value-Based Care that Prioritizes Quality Health Outcomes

    Today, Berkeley Research Group (BRG) published a new report, “Transitioning to Value-Based Care: Financial Implications for Providers and Policymakers,” in partnership with Accountable for Health (A4H).

  • A4H Statement on Recent APM Bonus Proposals

    Accountable for Health appreciates recent Congressional attention to the expiring 3.5% incentive payment for clinicians participating in advanced alternative payment models (APMs). Advanced APMs have been working for over a decade to improve care delivery and lower costs.

  • A4H Highlights Successes of Direct Contracting Model

    A4H announced its support for the Value in Health Care Act, reintroduced in the U.S. House of Representatives. The bipartisan bill proposes changes to the program parameters of Medicare’s Alternative Payment Models (APMs) to incentivize participation in Accountable Care Organizations (ACO).

  • Value in Health Care Act Incentivizes Participation in Accountable Care for Improved Health Outcomes

    A4H announced its support for the Value in Health Care Act, reintroduced in the U.S. House of Representatives. The bipartisan bill proposes changes to the program parameters of Medicare’s Alternative Payment Models (APMs) to incentivize participation in Accountable Care Organizations (ACO).

  • Proposed CY 2024 Physician Fee Schedule Makes Strides Toward Whole-Person Accountable Care

    Following the publication of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) proposed CY 2024 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (PFS), Accountable for Health (A4H) CEO Mara McDermott issued this statement.

  • New Primary Care Model from CMS will Help Strengthen Accountable Care for Millions of Patients

    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.

  • Accountable for Health Launches to Accelerate Transition to Coordinated, Convenient, and Affordable Care

    Accountable for Health (A4H) today officially launched to help accelerate the transition from fee-for-service to more accountable health care models that improve outcomes and care experiences for people, expand access, and control costs.