Value-based care is not new to healthcare. It has been a decade since the launch of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010. However, the COVID-19 pandemic proved that our notion of value-based care delivery requires a 180-degree shift. Healthcare organizations still face complex challenges in delivering appropriate care to their patients.
The COVID-19 pandemic proved that our notion of value-based care delivery requires a 180-degree shift. Healthcare organizations have still been struggling to identify the most pressing domains that they need to address.
This VBC Guide provides a focused approach that healthcare organizations can adopt to succeed in the new normal of healthcare. The research paper highlights 15 value-based care levers that identify the priority areas for a healthcare organization to pursue to achieve success in its journey towards value-based care. These levers address six primary dimensions for managing overall healthcare costs: cost and utilization, network, contract, quality, risk, and attribution mix.
The research report includes: