RevCycle Intelligence November 17, 2023
Victoria Bailey

Standardizing program benchmarks and providing incentives for non-clinical staff could help improve value-based care models.

Healthcare organizations are becoming more familiar with value-based care, but opportunities remain to improve and expand upon the care delivery model, according to a survey conducted by Sage Growth Partners on behalf of Azara Healthcare.

The report, which RevCycleIntelligence received via email, reflects respondents from 91 healthcare leaders at independent physician groups, hospitals, and health systems. The results highlight the ways value-based care is working for providers and the potential opportunities for improvement.

The majority (85 percent) of healthcare organizations of all sizes reported being very familiar with value-based care and said they are actively working to expand its footprint. Large organizations were slightly more...

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Topics: Equity/SDOH, Healthcare System, Insurance, Payment Models, Provider, Survey / Study, Trends, Value Based
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