By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer Last week, the Health Care Transformation Task Force (HCTTF)—a collaborative of health care payers, provider organizations, and consumer advocacy organizations—released new guiding principles for delivering person-centered care in value-based payment (VBP) models (see Person-Centered Care As A Cornerstone Of Value-Based Payment: Five Guiding Principles). The theme of the HCTTF document is that person-centered care (aka integrated care) is best delivered in systems that are based on reimbursement using alternative payment models—models other than fee-for-service. I think the task force recommendations are simple in principle but difficult to operationalize. The five principles are straightforward—assure that person-centered care and health equity are central to assumptions around VBP models;…
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