The Roadmap is an interactive, web-based tool to help you navigate the challenges and opportunities of APM implementation. The Roadmap is full of key insights, promising practices, and the most current strategies for designing and implementing successful APMs. To get the most out of this series, make sure you’re familiar with the APM Framework, because we’ll be referring to its categories as we break down payment models.
Below you will find videos detailing the three domains of the Roadmap tool: APM Design, Payer-Provider Collaboration, and Person-Centered Care. Please share these videos with your network, and as always, visit the tool for more information on any of the perspectives, strategies, and promising practices we covered in these videos.
Chapter 1 : Structuring Payments in Population-Based and Clinical Episode Models
Chapter 2 :Shared Accountability in APM Design
Chapter 3 : Quality Measurement
Chapter 4 : Multi-Payer Alignment
In this third chapter of the APM Design series, we’ll be taking a closer look at the Roadmap’s t
In this third chapter of the APM Design series, we’ll be taking a closer look at the Roadmap’s third APM Design theme, Quality Measurement. APMs use certain measures to assess provider performance and hold providers accountable for high-quality care and outcomes. We’ll examine how payers select measures for APMs, and the approaches they use to reduce reporting burden.
Roadmap Video Series: APM Design Chapter 4
In this fourth and final chapter of the APM Design series, we’ll be taking a closer look at Multi-Payer Alignment, and the challenges of making these arrangements work.
Roadmap Video Series: APM Design Chapter 2
In this second chapter of the APM Design series, we’ll discuss shared accountability in APM design, covering promising practices that payers and providers use to move into and succeed in APMs.
Roadmap Video Series: APM Design Chapter 1
This first chapter of the APM Design series covers promising practices related to APM design—specifically, payment structures and mechanisms used in clinical episode models, as well as two types of population-based models: utilization-based shared-savings and global primary care.