Health Care Partner Khaled Klele Writes for ABA on Shift to Alternative Payments Models
Partner Khaled Klele, a member of Riker Danzig’s Health Care Practice, was published in The Health Lawyer, a publication of the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section, on “The Path to Successful Utilization of Alternative Payment Models.” Khaled co-authored the article with Todd Zigrang, MBA, MHA, FACHE, CVA, ASA and Jessica Bailey-Wheaton, Esq., both of Health Capital Consultants in St. Louis, MO. The article reviews recent trends and changes to federal, quasi-federal, and private alternative payment models, including Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), as the U.S. healthcare system is shifting from traditional fee-for-service (FFS) payment to value-based APMs, and discusses the implications that may be drawn from these developments. The article appeared online in the June 3, 2020 edition, and was also recently featured in the ABA’s August digital newsletter to the full ABA membership. The article is available here.
Khaled was also a co-panelist at the American Bar Association’s 2019 Washington Health Law Summit where he discussed federal, quasi-federal and private APMs, including ACOs. An audio of the discussion is available here.