When the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) first published their proposed home health payment rule for 2022, the nationwide expansion of the value-based home health shopping (HHVBP) model became a potential turning point for home health recognized industry.
While HHVBP has been lauded for its ability to improve the quality of care and support Medicare’s annual savings, only select states have been able to participate in the demonstration since it was launched in 2016.
Now that this may change, home health executives are weighing how HHVBP could help or harm their businesses. So far, the expansion plan has been positively received by the industry, although some believe vendors should have a bigger chunk of the savings cake.
To gain a better understanding of this acceleration in value-based care, Home Health Care News asked eight executives about their findings on the HHVBP expansion.
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