HealthIT Answers July 26, 2021
Industry Expert

By John Schwartz, Chief Revenue Officer, HSBlox

Historically, the U.S. healthcare system has evolved based upon the presence of an “event”, i.e., the need for a visit – planned or impromptu – to a medical provider and/or facility. The inefficiencies, glut of utilization and exponentially rising costs that flow from it as funded by the long-standing “fee-for-service” (FFS) payment methodology have been well chronicled to date. Even with the advent of a variety of risk-share payment models, medical costs remain out of control due to the complexities of operationalizing such models across a heavily siloed healthcare continuum.

Fast forward to today. In walks Value-based Care (VBC) – a payment model that aligns desired health outcomes with funding. With the Centers for Medicare...

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), CMS, Equity/SDOH, Govt Agencies, Healthcare System, Insurance, Patient / Consumer, Payment Models, Provider, Technology, Value Based
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