Hosts Reception, Exhibits Technology and Services, and Introduces New Product for PACE
MOORESTOWN, N.J., April 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tabula Rasa HealthCare, Inc. (“TRHC”) (TRHC), a healthcare technology company advancing the field of medication safety and improving healthcare, today announced the participation of its CareVention HealthCare Division and subsidiary companies in the National PACE Association’s (NPA’s) Spring Policy Forum in Washington, DC, April 1-2.
PACE is the federal Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, a Medicare and Medicaid benefit for individuals 55 and older who are nursing home eligible. The goal of the program is to keep participants living in their communities while receiving quality care. PACE organizations nationwide rely on TRHC’s technology, science, and PACE expertise.
During an April 1 session focusing on PACE policy, Peter Fitzgerald, NPA’s Executive Vice President for Policy and Strategy, spoke about anticipated changes in the Medicare payment model. CMS later that day finalized a move to the 2017 CMS-HCC payment model for PACE, which on average should result in modest increases in CMS payments for PACE organizations.
“The NPA’s Spring Policy Forum is a terrific opportunity to learn more about federal policies that impact PACE,” said Orsula V. Knowlton, PharmD, MBA, TRHC’s President. “It also gives us a chance to spend time with our clients, to learn about the issues that affect them and educate them about the ways in which our services and technology can lead to better healthcare and financial outcomes.”
TRHC hosted an education and networking event on March 31, the eve of the conference. During the program, Chairman and CEO Calvin H. Knowlton, PhD, shared the impetus behind TRHC’s 2018 acquisitions of PACE-focused companies Peak PACE Solutions, Cognify, Mediture and eClusive, and the formation of CareVention HealthCare to house them with TRHC’s Capstone Performance Systems and CareKinesis, providing medication safety and pharmacy services for PACE.
“We are committed to the PACE model, and as these companies became available, we saw opportunities to take these different entities and their offerings and integrate them,” said Dr. Calvin H. Knowlton. “We can provide enhanced services and technology to PACE organizations, enabling them to deliver more efficient, advanced care to their participants. Our goal is to support the NPA’s PACE 2.0 initiative, which is focused on rapid growth and expansion of the PACE model nationwide.”
TRHC had a strong presence at the conference. On Monday, the company hosted the California PACE Association’s annual member dinner; California is one of the fastest growing PACE States. Additionally, TRHC’s PACE-focused subsidiaries exhibited at the conference. Capstone Performance Systems introduced a new product, the Medicare Revenue Cycle (MRC) Report. The MRC Report provides a summary of a PACE plan’s CMS monthly Medicare Membership Report, including key indicators that can impact the plan’s Medicare payments.
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TRHC (TRHC) is a leader in providing patient-specific, data-driven technology and solutions that enable healthcare organizations to optimize medication regimens to improve patient outcomes, reduce hospitalizations, lower healthcare costs and manage risk. TRHC provides solutions for a range of payers, providers and other healthcare organizations. For more information, visit TRHC.com.
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