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Bundled Payments Fall Short Of Expectations In Cutting Spending, Improving Quality

08:38 EST 7 Jan 2020 | Kaiser Health News

The federal government, hospitals and physicians have been gravitating toward bundled payments, but new studies challenge the belief that they help achieve cost savings. Meanwhile, CMS is proposing changes to Medicare Advantage payments for 2021, including an increase in the percentage of patient "encounter data" used to calculate payments.

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