Our very own, Dr. Mulder, recently was interviewed by Nora Macaluso of NextAvenue for an article titled, Palliative Care is Not Just for the Dying. The article features how the Covid-19 pandemic has shown that palliative care can be valuable for managing the pain and stress of illness, and the importance of a holistic, team-based approach. […]
Dianne Gray, Chief Innovation & Patient Advocacy Officer Yesterday I received news that a 65-year-old breast cancer patient I worked with had died, leaving behind her 39-year-old daughter, a fiancé, her daughter’s father and her 85-year-old mother. Her healthcare journey provides one more example of the way too many lives end in a fragmented healthcare system […]
Across the country, hospice organizations are competing for clinical staff from the same limited pool of eligible applicants. Even before COVID, demand for clinicians, nurses, and social workers outpaced supply. The pandemic has exacerbated the shortage, resulting in early retirements or resignations from the field to focus on non-patient care areas or different careers altogether. […]
Acclivity Health and Value Health Partners Collaborate to Position ACOs for Success amid Shift to Value-Based Care
Partnership provides ACOs with data, insights, and strategic counsel to improve quality of care for seriously ill patients while reducing total cost of care JACKSONVILLE, FL – October 6, 2021 Acclivity Health, a technology innovator transforming care for the seriously ill, today announced a partnership with Value Health Partners, LLC (VHP), a trusted partner in […]
ACO’s need smart data to efficiently run their network of providers. Using the right technology to provide you with actionable insights is critical to providing the best possible patient care.
The journey toward value-based care remains uncertain, yet impactful for hospice. Providers and payers of all walks are taking a sharper look at hospice as the value-based insurance design (VBID) demonstration project approaches its second year. Hospices need a seat at the bargaining table in order to maintain control of their financial destiny, according to […]
Our very own Robin Stawasz and our client, Kevin Hohnbaum, business development manager at Willamette Valley Hospice, recently co-authored an article entitled: “Finding Your Value and Sharing it With Others” that appears in the Fall 2021 quarterly addition of the NHPCO Newsline newsletter. In the article, they help explain the importance of how hospices should be finding […]
Patients, families and clinicians in other fields need a better understanding of palliative care in order to fully realize the clinical and financial benefits of those services, according to physician John Mulder, M.D. The palliative care community also needs a more substantial reimbursement structure to ensure that providers can meet rising demand and to attract […]
Listen to Acclivity CEO Jeremy Powell discuss managing advanced illness with Passionate Pioneers podcast host Mike Biselli
Acclivity Health launches an interoperability framework to transform care for seriously ill patients.