Centers for Medicare and Medicad Services Administrator Seema Verma in a recent Health Affairs blog post says the Shared Savings Program has posted solid growth since the Trump administration’s overhaul of the program with the Pathways to Success rule.
The growth seen in 2018, Verma writes, follows some reluctance from stakeholders.
“CMS is continuing to closely monitor the Shared Savings Program,” Verma writes. “We are excited to see growing interest, and we will continue to support health care providers on the front lines who are hard at work building new ways to deliver higher quality care at lower cost.”
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