Alternative Payment Models in Total Joint Arthroplasty Under the Affordable Care Act

  title={Alternative Payment Models in Total Joint Arthroplasty Under the Affordable Care Act},
  author={Zlatan {\vC}izmi{\'c} and D. Novikov and J. Feng and R. Iorio and M. Meftah},
  journal={JBJS Reviews},
  • Zlatan Čizmić, D. Novikov, +2 authors M. Meftah
  • Published 2019
  • Business, Medicine
  • JBJS Reviews
  • Since the passage of the U.S. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), health care has transitioned from a volume-based enterprise to a quality-based enterprise. Under this legislation, Alternative Payment Models (Bundled Payments for Care Improvement [BPCI], Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement [CJR], and Accountable Care Organizations [ACOs]) have been developed to provide stakeholders with reimbursement systems that reward high-quality care and cost reduction.The goal of this… CONTINUE READING
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