Healthcare Innovation March 13, 2021
David Raths

University of Pennsylvania hosts discussion on how lessons learned about alternative payment models from the past decade can be applied

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania recently published a white paper that proposes a roadmap  for value-based care over the next decade. On March 12, the co-authors gathered virtually to discuss lessons learned over the last decade and their five key recommendations, which include aligning alternative payment models (APMs) across all publicly financed healthcare and giving health equity a central role in APM development.

Other recommendations of the white paper include dramatically simplifying the current value-based payment landscape and accelerating the movement from upside-only shared savings to risk-bearing, population-based alternative payment models while curtailing the ability of providers to opt out of value-based payment...

Topics: CMS, Govt Agencies, Health System / Hospital, Insurance, Medicare, Payment Models, Physician, Primary care, Provider, Value Based
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