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The Gorman Health Group 2017 Forum concluded last week in New Orleans with over 200 of our closest clients and partners. As we enter our 21st year, we returned to where it all began for us, with a little startup called Peoples Health, our first and closest client who now dominates southern Louisiana. The Forum ended the day JazzFest 2017 began, so many of us stayed to enjoy the festival and the best of New Orleans heritage and culture.
The Gorman Health Group 2016 Forum concluded last week with over 200 of our closest clients and partners. There was great news and rough news, so here are a few takeaways: Read more
On Friday after the close, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the 2017 Medicare Advantage (MA) Call Letter with proposed policy and payment changes. There’s a lot to like — and much to fear. On payments, CMS came in with higher-than-expected rates that make clear the long walk in the desert from cuts in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is over. But on compliance, they are rolling out the firing squad with a broad mandate, and the Administration will leave its mark long after Obama has left office.
Twice a year I get the honor of speaking to the California Association of Physician Groups’ (CAPG) annual summit and DC policy meeting. CAPG represents accountable, capitated physician groups, and now has members in 39 states. They’re always among my favorite speeches given how sophisticated the audiences are. Here’s a few takeaways from my talk last week on “The Future of Government Programs”: Read more