AJMC October 22, 2019
Matthew Gavidia

Innovaccer, a healthcare data activation company, released its state of the union report, which provides an analysis of multiple payment modes speculating care delivery for the 2020s and discusses trends in value-based payment models.

The prioritization of alternative payment models (APMs) or value-based care (VBC) has risen in the past half decade, with 34% of healthcare dollars spent in 2017, up from 23% in 2015, being attributed to these variables. To assist stakeholders in navigating through the complexities of these models, Innovaccer, a healthcare data activation company, released its state of the union report, which provides an analysis of multiple payment models, speculates on care delivery for the 2020s and discusses trends in value-based payment models.

As APMs begin to integrate...

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