Commonwealth Fund February 7, 2023


Value-based care, which ties the amount health care providers earn to the results of the care they deliver to patients, could correct the misaligned incentives of the U.S. fee-for-service system

By 2030, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services aims to have all Medicare beneficiaries and most Medicaid beneficiaries enrolled in accountable, value-based care programs

What is value-based care?

Value-based care ties the amount health care providers earn for their services to the results they deliver for their patients, such as the quality, equity, and cost of care. Through financial incentives and other methods, value-based care programs aim to hold providers more accountable for improving patient outcomes while also giving them greater flexibility to deliver the right care at...

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