American Medical Association September 27, 2022
Jennifer Lubell

Philip M. Oravetz, MD, MPH, chief population health officer at Ochsner Health, in Louisiana, has some crucial advice for other health systems mulling value-based contracts. Before signing, get a commitment from your payers to provide claims data.

This has been a sticking point for the move to value-based care for many years, said Dr. Oravetz, who provides physician leadership to Ochsner’s systems portfolio of value-based contracts. These include commercial shared savings and full-risk capitation within Medicare Advantage.

Payers often have a critical view of what’s going on with patients compared with physicians and health care organizations, “because the claims data holds knowledge that is critical at the practice level,” he said.

Dr. Oravetz discussed the path to success with...

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