AMR: ET3 payment model is a ‘great step forward’

AMR released a response to the ET3 announcement and said the model aligns with the company’s “key initiative” to provide a “better model for care delivery”


By News Staff

WASHINGTON — American Medical Response said the newly-announced Medicare transport payment model is a “great step forward for the healthcare system.”

In a released response to the announcement of the Emergency Triage, Treat and Transport model (ET3), which makes Medicare reimbursement available for treatment without transport, AMR said the new payment model aligns with the company’s approach to care delivery.

“Providing a better model for care delivery has been a key initiative for us over the past several years,” AMR President and CEO Edward Van Horne said in a statement. “This announcement fully supports our commitment to provide appropriate care in the most appropriate setting and supports many of the models we currently have in place.”

AMR currently provides nurse triage, care coordination and navigation services through Medical Command Centers that are staffed with nurses who are licensed in all 50 states to support integrated care delivery models.

“AMR looks forward to working with CMS and the EMS industry to provide new ways to innovate emergency care and provide patients with a better experience,” the statement said.

 

Request product info from top Fire Administration and Billing companies

Thank You!

By submitting your information, you agree to be contacted by the selected vendor(s).

Join the discussion

Brand Focus

Sponsored content
How refurbished SCBAs and cylinders can help maximize your equipment dollars

How refurbished SCBAs and cylinders can help maximize your equipment dollars

Dalmatian Fire Equipment cleans, refurbishes and tests SCBAs and cylinders to provide critical gear at a fraction of the cost of a new pack

Copyright © 2019 FireRescue1.com. All rights reserved.