Direct Contracting

CMS’ Direct Contracting program has the potential to upend the way care is delivered and paid for. Designed with 2 current model options in mind (with a third option to be detailed by CMS later), Direct Contracting focuses on empowering beneficiaries, reducing provider burden and accelerating risk assumption. Upcoming deadlines to be aware of are Tuesday, February 25, 2020 for Implementation Period applications, and Spring 2020 for Performance Year One applications.

Organizations that want to drive success in Direct Contracting will need to:

  • Understand readiness for advanced risk
  • Identify the pace of adoption of these models in the market
  • Actuarially assess available options to optimize performance

New models like Direct Contracting are complex, but Sg2’s expertise—and experience—in value-based care can help your organization develop your enterprise value-based care strategy.

Our alternative payment model experts use extensive research to advise you on the right programs to participate in, and then facilitate successful implementation of these programs with our clients.

In short, Sg2 can partner with you not only to navigate the complexity of new alternative payment models for successful strategy development and execution, but also to power your success across the entire life cycle of your Direct Contracting participation.

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Our Experts

Tawnya Bosko, DHA    
Tawnya Bosko, DHA

Principal, Sg2 Consulting
A nationally recognized expert, Tawnya Bosko partners with clients to develop successful value-based care enterprise strategies and provides program-specific guidance on financial modeling and physician-hospital alignment.

Kristen Oberfeld    
Kristin Oberfeld

Associate Principal, Sg2 Consulting
Kristin Oberfeld partners with organizations to create strategies for success under episode payment models and leads organizational readiness and feasibility analyses for participants in shared savings models.