Value-based healthcare is a business model that seeks to reduce the cost of healthcare services by providing patients with the right care from the right provider at the right time. Continued…
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“As value-based healthcare becomes more established, payer-provider partnerships can be advantageous because their collaboration can yield a truer view of patient data through the combined use of analytics, strategies, workflows and IT solutions.” – Megan Charles
Payer-provider partnerships spurred by data, value-based care
Payer-provider partnerships are becoming increasingly common in healthcare in response to the transition to value-based care and greater adoption of EHRs. But trust between the organizations must be established first to make the collaboration work.
March to value-based healthcare results in ‘payviders’
As value-based healthcare presses providers and insurance companies to explore options for measuring care quality, some healthcare organizations have opted to create their own health plans — becoming payviders.
Medical group sees the future in value-based healthcare
The Hatfield Medical Group in Arizona is going all out to become a full-time provider of value-based healthcare. But the move takes time — not all payers are on board — and it requires passion and investment in technology and staff.
Can value-based care models cut costs? Yes, they can
Value-based care models have come into their own, according to a new study by Change Healthcare. The cost savings are clear, but the challenges remain.
Hospitals battle duplicate medical records with technology
As the healthcare industry edges toward value-based care, duplicate medical records are not only a burr in the side of health IT professionals, but they also raise questions about the quality of patient care. Learn what to do when patient information doesn’t match up.
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