Chief Healthcare Executive November 24, 2022
Abhishek Jacob, Fred Guthrie

Health plans possess the back-end technology powering value-based models and the patient information that will empower more equitable care.

Amid an uncertain economy, providers, payers, and patients alike will be turning their attention to value-based care models to cut costs and improve health outcomes.

These models, where reimbursement is rewarded based on quality of care, have taken center stage once again in the healthcare discussion.

During the pandemic, the industry saw a rapid move towards these pay-for-performance payment models, with one large health player quickly implementing a value-based care model in just 18 months, according to a recent analysis by McKinsey & Company. This analysis also notes that even as digital health investment has declined since 2021, private equity firms continue...

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