Behavioral Health Business June 21, 2024
Chris Larson

Value-based care has been part of the health care discourse for decades. But behavioral health providers have only recently placed a new emphasis on breaking away from the fee-for-service paradigm.

While still nascent in practice across the industry, several behavioral health organizations are seeking to introduce models that feature elements of risk sharing, trading outcomes and processes and accountability. Now, the conversation is about preparing for what could be a swift transition should enough payers get behind value-based care in earnest.

“I believe that we are there now, and I think that we’ve been there,” Dr. Tom Britton, CEO of the eating disorder treatment company Accanto Health, said at the Behavioral Health Business’ VALUE conference. “If you’re in the fee-for-service...

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