By Monica E. Oss
Across the wide range of payers, policymakers, and other stakeholders in the health and human service field, we’re seeing a collective push towards value-based contracting. The traditional role of optimizing the volume of services delivered is being replaced by a model that aligns organizational success with a more comprehensive, consumer-focused models of care. This transition to value-based care, the emphasis on performance, the push towards integration and care coordination – these factors are forcing health plans and provider organizations alike to develop new business models for sustainability in the future. We recently had the opportunity to speak . . .
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Across the wide range of payers, policymakers, and other stakeholders in the health and human service field, we’re seeing a collective push towards value-based contracting. The traditional role of optimizing the volume of services delivered is being replaced by a model that aligns organizational success with a more comprehensive, consumer-focused models of care. This transition to value-based care, the emphasis on performance, the push towards integration and care coordination – these factors are forcing health plans and provider organizations alike to develop new business models for sustainability in the future. We recently had the opportunity to speak . . .
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