Payers, providers, the U.S. government, and other entities have made initial investments in value-based reimbursement. And while these initial investments have, in some cases, made great strides in the march toward quality-based care, costs are still increasing, payers and providers are no closer to a trust-based relationship, and fee-for-service is still a large part of reimbursement. But there is hope as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid’s innovation arm, CMMI, continues to roll out programs pushing value-based reimbursement, and some commercial plan leaders are making transformative partnerships a reality.
In this eBook you’ll learn:
- Where value-based is succeeding: Many Commercial and government payers have embraced the shift to value-based and are working diligently to make changes
- The challenges that remain: The healthcare industry must successfully take on changing regulations, consumer demand, and a slow pace of growth
- Real-world example: Read about the difficult decisions a health plan had to make to drive forward with value-based reimbursement