Home Health Final Report Released on Clinically Appropriate and Cost Effective Care

Published Wednesday, October 10, 2012 7:00 am

Dobson | DaVanzo released its final report for the Clinically Appropriate and Cost Effective Placement (CACEP) Project: Improving Health Care Quality and Efficiency on behalf of the Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation (AHHQI). The CACEP Project examines how the Medicare post-acute care benefit currently serves seniors. The final report presents models for the use of clinically appropriate and cost effective post-acute care and potential Medicare savings achieved under delivery system change scenarios. The final report has received coverage in numerous publications, including BNA, Healthcare Finance News, Inside Health Policy, MedPage Today, Modern Healthcare and PhysBizTech.

To view the full final report and Working Papers #1 to #4, refer to the AHHQI website. To view the study highlights, click here.