AJMC November 24, 2022
Justina Petrullo

A survey conducted by the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network found that “more plans are using incentives in value-based care arrangements to improve health equity.”

The Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network (LAN) recently released the results of its survey tracking the progress of payers and providers as they adopt value-based alternative payment models, as health care shifts from fee for service (FFS), volume-based care, to one based on value.

The 2022 Alternative Payment Model (APM) survey was conducted from May to July 2022, with a total of 63 health plans, 5 fee for service (FFS) Medicaid states, and traditional Medicare participating. These health plans and states represented approximately 233,870,081 of the nation’s covered lives and 77.7%...

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