• Healthcare Dive

    It certainly was a busy few days in Washington for the healthcare sector last week. The Senate revealed the discussion draft of their healthcare reform plan, hoping to come to a vote sometime this week. But in case you missed it, the CMS unveiled another highly-anticipated federal document last week: the 2018 Quality Payment Program (QPP) proposed rule.

  • The Washington Post

    Aledade of Bethesda appointed Jim Manzi and Ilona Cohen members of the firm.

  • Healthcare Informatics

    When the 2018 proposed rule for MACRA’s Quality Payment Program dropped Tuesday afternoon, one of the biggest takeaways early on was how the rule added even more flexibilities for smaller physician practices. In fact, says Travis Broome, healthcare policy lead at Aledade, a Bethesda, Md.-based company focused on physician-led accountable care organization development, a quick look at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) mission statement on the program shows how focused the agency is in helping smaller practices be successful under MACRA (the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act).

  • Public Interest Podcast

    Dr. Farzad Mostashari, Founder & CEO at Aledade, Inc., former National Coordinator for Health IT at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and former Assistant Commissioner for the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, speaks about his work improving population health by leveraging big data and social media, ushering in a transition from "sick care" to preventive health management.

  • Becker's Hospital Review

    Bethesda, Md.-based Aledade — a startup that helps independent physicians participate in value-based care initiatives — is launching its first accountable care program for Medicare Advantage beneficiaries through a partnership with UnitedHealthcare.

  • Healthcare Dive

    CMS on Tuesday released the anticipated proposed rule updating the Quality Payment Program — the program implementing MACRA — for 2018.

  • Washington Business Journal

    Bethesda company Aledade Inc. — which specializes in helping independent physician practices build accountable care organizations to better coordinate care for patients — is continuing its national expansion with a new partnership with UnitedHealthcare.

  • MobiHealthNews

    Aledade is joining forces with UnitedHealthcare, marking its first accountable care program for Medicare Advantage plan members – more than 15,000 of whom could participate in the new initiative.

  • Healthcare IT News

    From companies created to work in best in today's new value-based healthcare system to precision medicine, data analytics and interoperability, you can count on a healthcare IT landscape that is always in flux, thanks to new approaches driven by entrepreneurs who are adept at shaking things up.

  • Arkansas Business

    UnitedHealthcare on Monday announced its partnership with national accountable care organization Aledade to provide high-quality care to Medicare Advantage members through its network of primary care doctors in Arkansas.