CMS Innovation Report to Congress

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The status of a somewhat overlooked part of the Affordable Care Act--health care research on payments, delivery, and quality of care--is summarized in the 2022 Report to Congress, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation

The report covers work from October 2022 through September 2022 by the CMS Innovation Center and 33 models, which "have studied potential improvements in health care payment and delivery for advanced primary care, episode-based care, accountable care, state-based transformation efforts, population health, and health care for specific populations." Also included is a summary on five other federal demonstration projects.

According to the report, "more than 41,500,000 Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries and individuals with private insurance in multi-payer model tests have been impacted by, have received care from, or will soon be receiving care furnished by the more than 314,000 health care providers and/or plans participating in the CMS Innovation Center payment and service delivery models and initiatives."

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