MedCity News November 19, 2023
Neha Kanwar

There is a huge opportunity for specialties to play a critical role in complementing primary care and tertiary care by transforming into a sustainable model that is preventive, boundaryless, and one that empowers patients and caregivers.

In the complex realm of U.S. healthcare, the concept of value-based care has emerged as a guiding principle, driving a fundamental shift from fee-for-service models to outcome-driven, patient-centric approaches. While this transition has gained momentum nationwide, the integration of value-based digital transformation within specialized healthcare fields holds profound implications for improving care quality, optimizing costs, and enhancing patient experiences. Specialties, each marked by its unique patient populations and intricate care needs, present a rich terrain for deploying innovative technologies and data-driven strategies.

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