Medical Economics June 18, 2024
Meade Monger

While there are general steps that health care providers can take to ease the transition to value-based care and be prepared for the future, leadership and standards are imperative to making a full transition to value-based care work.

The US health care industry continues a predominant fee-for-service provider reimbursement model, despite trying to shift to a value-based care model for now approaching two decades. Moreover, providers continue to be consumed in a figurative avalanche of paperwork. It is a challenging system for both practitioners and patients, often delivering unpleasant experiences for both.

Ultimately, the goal is to provide value-based care as we continue a tortured transition from the traditional fee-for-service model to a comprehensive method of holistic treatment that has...

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