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From the files of “Medicare Advantage Pushback…”
As we’ve been discussing in my newsletter, take all those industry-sponsored studies about cost savings with an enormous grain of salt.
When entitlement reform finally becomes a necessity, these overpayments will be first on the block.
How will your organization fare?
Actually, the headline should be that the rate of growth is slowing.
And that’s worrisome if you’re business model depends on the opposite.
If increased access to healthcare results in decreased costs, it will be for the first time in human history.
If a policy or procedure assists in nurturing the creation of a strong clinician-patient relationship—it’s good.
If it doesn’t—it’s bad.
It’s that simple.