Starting with a CMS demonstration project of only ten providers in 2005, today’s value-based care (VBC)一when including MIPS and MACRA一now carries close to 100% primary care provider participation. And nearly 60% of all healthcare payments have some relation to quality and value—with rising levels of reimbursement related to risk and population.
However, why have some of the promises around cost savings and outcomes not lived up to expectations? Will specialists, as well as secondary and tertiary care adopt VBC? What role does data readiness play in VBC success, and what can we expect over the next five years and beyond?
Recent research from Morning Consult, commissioned by Innovaccer, looks at these questions and more. To discuss the research and more, we assembled a roundtable discussion with a panel of VBC experts. Host and Innovaccer Chief Medical Officer, Dr. David Nace takes the audience on a guided journey through the past, present, and future of VBC with our guests, including:
Here’s what the panel discussed: