OnWednesday, October 10, new data will be presented on how the use of clinically appropriate and cost effective post-acute care can result in billions inMedicarecost savings and extend the life of theMedicareprogram. The presentation marks the final report of the Clinically Appropriate and Cost-Effective Placement (CACEP) project, an extensive analysis ofMedicareclaims data which identifies opportunities for improvingMedicareefficiency and bending its cost curve. The project was commissioned by theAlliance for Home Health Quality & Innovation, and conducted byDobson DaVanzo & Associates, LLC.
A panel of leading national policymakers and researchers will discuss the root causes of Medicare inefficiency and how CACEP can help correct it, improve care coordination, and achieve significant program savings. The panel will also address the role that CACEP-oriented policy can play in assisting policymakers as they contemplate sustainable Medicare reform.
Representative David McKinley (R-WV)
The Honorable Blanche Lincoln, former Senator from Arkansas
The Honorable Billy Tauzin, former Chair House Energy & Commerce Committee
Al Dobson, Ph.D., Dobson | DaVanzo & Associates
Douglas Holtz-Eakin, American Action Forum
Teresa Lee, Alliance for Home Health Quality & Innovation
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
National Press Club
Fourth Estate Room
529 14th Street, NW
The Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation (the Alliance) is comprised of leaders in the home health care community. The mission of the Alliance is to foster research and education on the value of home health care to patients and the overall U.S. health care system. The Alliance is dedicated to improving the nation's health care system through development of high quality and innovative solutions aimed at achieving optimal clinical outcomes. To learn more, visit www.ahhqi.org.
/PRNewswire-USNewswire -- Oct. 9, 2012/
SOURCE Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation