The MediSked Blog

Understanding Value Based Payment Reform: A Case Study in New York

Posted by Tyler Blake on Thu, Nov 16, 2017 @ 03:45 PM

As the national leader in serving the needs of health and human service providers, MediSked understands the importance to our clients of staying on top of the most recent national trends in payment reform. One such recent regulatory change seen in a number of states is the move towards a Value-Based Purchasing model, also known as Value Based Payment reform (VBP).

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Tags: 2017, Awareness, Home and Community Based Services, Home Care Industry, Value Based Payments

A look back: The Top 5 home care industry blogs you should be reading

Posted by Mike Holihan on Tue, Dec 30, 2014 @ 03:00 PM

This entry originally posted in September 2014:

November is National Home Care and Hospice Month.  It's a tireless industry filled with the most caring and compassionate people.  To honor this month, we thought we would share some of the blogs that thought leaders in the industry are writing on a regular basis.  Please check them out and subscribe to them for updates.

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Tags: Home and Community Based Services, Home Care Industry

New Report Analyzes the Trends in Purchasing Home Health Software

Posted by Mike Holihan on Tue, May 20, 2014 @ 09:14 AM

The software experts at recently released a new report that analyzed the trends in purchasing home health software.  We had the opportunity to chat with to uncover the key findings in the report.  The following information comes from Melissa McCormack, SoftwareAdvice's medical analyst.  For the full report, please visit their webpage here.
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Tags: Home Care Industry

Ideas for More Efficient Home and Community Based Services

Posted by Mike Holihan on Thu, May 08, 2014 @ 09:11 AM

The Kaiser Family Foundation recently released a report in March( that discusses some information regarding Medicaid Home and Community Based Services and outlines 9 beneficiary profiles.  These profiles give a good picture into the types of clients served by human service provider agencies and how the services and supports provided assist the individuals to remain in the community.

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Tags: Home Care Industry, Medicaid, Home and Community Based Services