Event Logo

November 14 - 15   |   Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia PA

The Transitional Care Institute at Remedy Partners is hosting the fifth annual collaborative event in Philadelphia on November 14th and 15th. The National Innovation Collaborative is designed to inspire and inform by convening those who do the hard work of care redesign in bundled payments.

Improving Quality Across Episodes of Care​

You will have the opportunity to celebrate successes and share best practices with physicians, healthcare executives, facility administrators, and other healthcare professionals working on the front lines of bundled payment programs.

Keynote Speaker


Ezekiel J. Emanuel, MD, PhD

Joint Appointment, Wharton School and School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Founding Chair, Clinical Center of the National lnstitutes of Health

Former Special Advisor on Health Policy, Office of Management and Budget


Loews Philadelphia Hotel

1200 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107, United States
Open Venue Page

From The Institute

July 26, 2016
Access to Good Palliative Care: The Time is Now
In its 2014 report, Dying in America, the Institute of Medicine identified several areas for improvement in the care of those with life-limiting illness, including inadequate advance care planning and a lack of payment systems supporting high quality end of life care. Since then, we can point to two notable achievements in support the IOM report’s call for improvement: the proliferation of bundled payment programs and two E&M codes for advance care planning. I believe these developments will make it possible for more patients with serious illness to receive palliative care, as for the first time incentives are aligned between patients’ desires and how care is paid for. Read more

July 18, 2016
Win Whitcomb in 'Today's Hospitalist' on How to Succeed with Bundled Payments
The June 2016 issue of Today's Hospitalist, the leading publication for inpatient physicians, extensively quotes Remedy Partners’ Chief Medical Officer Win Whitcomb, MD on how to succeed with bundled payments. Read more

Contact Us

Please contact Anju Paul at apaul@remedypartners.com with any questions.


Brought to you by the Transitional Care Institute at Remedy Partners