The white paper has been distributed on Capitol Hill to the co-chairs and key staff of the Joint Committee on Deficit Reductions, the chairmen of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pension (HELP); and the Senate Select Committee on Aging, and to the co-chairs of the House Task Force on Health Care Innovation, as well as ranking leadership of the Senate Select Committee on Aging and other members of the House and Senate Leadership at CMS also received the document.
Hayes, Inc. is dedicated to helping health plans, hospitals, and government programs transform healthcare delivery and improve outcomes through the integration of evidence into decision making and policy development. Hayes’ unbiased information enables managed care organizations and government programs to develop defensible and transparent coverage policies, care management protocols, and best practice guidelines. Hospitals and healthcare systems rely on Hayes as a resource for strategic initiatives focused on safely reducing the cost of care while improving quality and clinical outcomes. We believe strongly that evidence-based, clinically sound processes will improve both the quality and the cost-effectiveness of healthcare delivery in the United States and drive performance improvement under healthcare reform.
Hayes, a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE), is a nationally recognized leader in the healthcare field, and our proprietary Hayes Rating has become a standard in the industry.
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