By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer Most provider organization executive teams don't have an option for what performance metrics they report to their payers—whether states, counties, employers, Medicaid, Medicare, or health plans. The challenge is that those measures are not the same from one payer to the next—at last count, more than 500 different measures of behavioral health performance alone (see Key Performance Indicators For Value-Based Care: How To Use Performance Metrics To Build A Value Proposition For Health Plans). And those measures can change—as payers' areas of focus and policies change. For most organizations, coping operationally with the wide range of metrics requested by payers…
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