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    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.

    Value Driven Relationships are the Future

    I think this is an important read for both payers and providers … and does a nice job of outlining going forward considerations and challenges. In essence much of healthcare delivery will no longer be directly tied to geography and increasingly tied to relationships and loyalty based on consumer preference. Not to get over hyped about it but current health systems are the malls, and the world has just begun using Amazon Prime. Our work at Nascate has been based on building a platform to support value driven by relationships rather than just geography and current utilization patterns. We are providing solutions to some big questions starting with attribution, transitioning to Network curation and management, and evolving into micro-targeting interventions, all based on behaviors and relationships.

    Results to date have been good … but as the crisis becomes an ongoing disruption, and existing solutions fail, our platform will, we hope, provide answers to the needs that emerge.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Importance of Attribution

    MedPAC’s recent report to Congress examines a variety of Medicare payment system issues, including analysis that brings to light the unintended consequences of assignment, and the “problematic connection between changes in beneficiaries’ ACO assignment and changes in spending”.

    At Nascate, we’ve been talking about the importance of attribution for some time. Our advanced data models have uncovered important insight into the adverse selection and bias that occurs as a result of both prospective and retrospective attribution models. It is about timing and the link between attribution and utilization, and has little to do with the performance of the ACO.

    The impact of these “unintended consequences” is significant for both payers and providers, and it needs to be understood and anticipated. Nascate’s ability to predict and identify action steps help organizations address this issue and produce revenue-related results.

    Managing Beneficiaries

    ACOs need to manage the unknown risk of beneficiaries. Nascate can help you pinpoint who you want attributed to you by predicting who will match well with your providers, which beneficiaries are at risk of leaving, which providers are impacting the folks you’re attracting, and much more.

    recent study by Harvard Medical School found that primary care doctors have more “sticking power” than specialists, who would have lost 66 percent of their beneficiaries to competitors outside the ACO.