MedeAnalytics Posts Two-Minute Video “The Sequester: Analysis of Its Impact on Healthcare”
Latest in series of “Two-Minute Drill” videos on healthcare policy issues estimates impact on hospitals and physicians and assesses long-term implications
EMERYVILLE, Calif., March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — MedeAnalytics, a leading provider of healthcare performance management solutions, announced today at HIMSS13 in New Orleans, La. that it has posted a new two-minute video titled “The Sequester: Analysis of Its Impact on Healthcare“. The video covers the history of the Budget Control Act of 2011, explains the mechanics of the sequester, and provides informed estimates of the financial impact on hospitals and physicians of the sequester’s cuts to Medicare.
“Given the fiscal standoff in Washington that triggered the sequester, we wanted to produce this video and an accompanying white paper as soon as possible,” says Ken Perez, MedeAnalytics’ director of healthcare policy and senior vice president of marketing. “The sequester will affect healthcare providers in a material way this year, and it’s clear that deficit-reduction has entered into the calculus of reimbursement rate-setting for years to come.”
Video Series Frames Issues for Busy Executives
MedeAnalytics’ “Two-Minute Drill” videos, supported by graphics illustrating key concepts, are designed to provide busy executives with useful insight into complicated issues. The video series is part of MedeAnalytics’ continuing service to healthcare industry executives and policy professionals attempting to understand and plan for the impact of the myriad legislative requirements affecting healthcare. Videos in the series are supported by more detailed resources, including MedeAnalytics’ Budget Control Act of 2011 Resource Center.
Founded in 1994, MedeAnalytics delivers performance management solutions across the healthcare system–including hospitals, physician practices and payers–to ensure accountability and improve financial, operational and clinical outcomes. For more information, visit www.medeanalytics.com.
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