- Avalere Health’s Senior Vice President, Dr. Josh Seidman, outlined the impacts payment reform would likely have on patient engagement, including increasing provider transparency on physician services, expanding telehealth and patient self-reporting, and broadening access to Medicare data.
- PIPC Executive Director, Sara van Geertruyden, discussed the importance of ensuring that value to the patient is reflected in APMs and the outcome measures that are used in payment reform.
- Both panelists also discussed PIPC’s recommendations for the upcoming implementation of APMs. Namely, this includes creating a national advisory panel on patient-centeredness, applying patient-centeredness criteria in the approval and evaluation of APMs, and ensuring that patients and providers in the development of quality improvement and measurement.
A recording of the webinar will be provided on the PIPC Events page in the coming days.