Clinical and Economic Research3M Health Information Systems US / 3M Health Care / HIS / Clinical and Economic Research / CDI, CMS, HCCs, Hierarchical Condition Categories, RAF, Risk-Adjustment Factor, value-based reimbursement / White Paper: Hierarchical condition categories (HCCs) and the shift to value-based reimbursementWhite PaperWhite Paper: Hierarchical condition categories (HCCs) and the shift to value-based reimbursementWhat are HCCs and what role do they play in value-based reimbursement? Find out in our white paper. View White Paper (PDF) ShareShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare via EmailTopic(s):Value-based PurchasingTag(s):CDI, CMS, HCCs, Hierarchical Condition Categories, RAF, Risk-Adjustment Factor, value-based reimbursementYou May Also LikeTexas: Value-Based Enrollment Incentive ProgramPublished by Texas Health and Human Services Commission Meeting a statutory requirement to redesign their Medicaid managed care auto-enrollment system […]Geographic Variation in Hospital Quality Performance in Medicare by Disease and Procedure CategoriesWith Richard Averill, MS, Richard Fuller, MS, Ron Mills, PhDThis supplement to the report “The Financial Impact of Geographic Variation in Hospital Quality Performance in Medicare” examines the geographic […]Financial Impact of Geographic Variation in Hospital Quality Performance in MedicareWith Richard Averill, MS, Richard Fuller, MS, Ron Mills, PhDIn a major new research study, 3M healthcare policy experts evaluate inpatient and outpatient quality performance across geographic regions and simulate hospital payment system reformsPlanning for the future during a time of crisisWith L. Gordon Moore, MDMatt Eyles, President and CEO, America’s Health Insurance PlansAs health care organizations face unprecedented challenges brought on by the pandemic, how can they plan for a post-COVID-19 world? […]Subscribe Want to receive Clinical and Economic Research content in your inbox? You can subscribe and receive notifications whenever we publish new content.Name First Last Email* Blog Post Subscription* Yes, sign me up to receive an alert when new research or commentaries are published.Security CheckEmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.