Becker's Healthcare May 10, 2021
Patsy Newitt

The success of bundled payments hinges on a variety of factors — some ASC leaders are wary, while others have found success in value-based payments. 

Four healthcare leaders spoke with Becker’s ASC Review on how value-based care is affecting their practices. 

John Lewis, CEO of Semmes Murphey, a brain and spine clinic in Memphis, Tenn., said his facility is offering “predictable, prospective” bundled payment arrangements to ensure the “highest-quality care while avoiding unnecessary tests and procedures.” 

Mr. Lewis is also seeing more employers who want to work directly with providers to help control overall healthcare costs and the patient experience. 

Glen Silverman is the CEO of Mississippi Sports Medicine Clinic and Orthopaedic Center in Jackson. His facility performs upward of...

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