By Sarah C. Threnhauser

The Move Away From FFS: New Financing Models Bring Change To The Health Care System The need for a national solution to counter the continued growth of health care costs due to budget issues, reform legislation and growing public expectation has led to an increased focus on a variety of new models for financing health and human services, and away from traditional fee-for-service (FFS) models. Much has been written in the past few years about both the misaligned incentives for professionals and provider organizations in a FFS system and the fact that decreasing FFS rates is the . . .
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The Move Away From FFS: New Financing Models Bring Change To The Health Care System The need for a national solution to counter the continued growth of health care costs due to budget issues, reform legislation and growing public expectation has led to an increased focus on a variety of new models for financing health and human services, and away from traditional fee-for-service (FFS) models. Much has been written in the past few years about both the misaligned incentives for professionals and provider organizations in a FFS system and the fact that decreasing FFS rates is the . . .
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