Change Healthcare Selected For The Nashville Business Journal’s 2017 Fast 50 Awards

Change Healthcare Selected for the Nashville Business Journal’s 2017 Fast 50 Awards

  • September 22, 2017

Change Healthcare was recently named as an honoree for the Nashville Business Journal’s 2017 Fast 50 Award, which recognizes the top 50 fastest-growing private companies in Middle Tennessee. To compile its list of winners, the business publication began with its NBJ 100, a list of the area's 100 top private companies ranked by revenue, which they’ve compiled for more than a decade. Those companies were then asked for revenue totals for each of the past four years, and were then ranked by those with the greatest revenue growth. Change Healthcare was honored at the recognition luncheon on Friday, September 22nd,…

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Rep. Tom MacArthur Visits Change Healthcare Mt. Laurel Office

Rep. Tom MacArthur Visits Change Healthcare Mt. Laurel Office

  • September 21, 2017

On Thursday, September 21, Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-NJ) visited the Change Healthcare offices in Mt. Laurel, NJ, for an overview of Change Healthcare operations with a particular focus on the Risk Analytics team based in Mt. Laurel. Change Healthcare shared a white paper, "Healthcare Utilization Varies Widely Among Enrollees in Individual Market for Health Insurance" with the congressman. The paper talks about the company's findings on providing risk adjustment services in the individual market. Meeting participants discussed the current healthcare environment and the overall implications for the risk adjustment program. Rep. MacArthur serves on the House Committee of Financial Services.…

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Mandatory Participation Ending For Several CMS Initiatives Related To Home Health

Mandatory Participation Ending for Several CMS Initiatives Related to Home Health

  • September 19, 2017

By Rhonda Perrin Oakes, RN, CHPN, Regulatory Analyst, Change Healthcare Mandatory participation will end for Episode Payment Models (EPMs) and the Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR) incentive payments, according to a recent filing by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). But that doesn’t mean your home health organization should suspend its efforts to partner with hospitals and other care providers. CMS also proposed several changes for the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) model: Giving hospitals participating in the model a one-time option on whether to continue Refining certain payment, reconciliation and quality provisions Increasing the number of clinicians who…

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