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Trends that Matter for Value-Based Care

Posted by Matt Breese on Jul 1, 2016

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A collection of engaging infographics from healthcare influencers to capture trends in the shift to value-based care and implications for payers, providers, pharma and patients.

While around half of payers and providers plan to switch to a value-based model, nearly 90% say that less than 50% of their contracts are value-based, according to Xerox.



Deloitte points out the key healthcare disruptors that position patients at the core of value-based healthcare. These include choice-oriented insurance prevalence, employer risk-sharing and quality ratings/pricing transparency.



The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services's momentum behind the shift to value-based care is clearly evident based on recent oversight. This requires payers and providers to place a particular focus on quality improvements. Via Oliver Wyman.



Only one-quarter of providers are confident with their population health management efforts, while it's estimated that three-quarters of all commercial contracts will be value-based by 2020, according to MedCity.



The shift to value-based care encourages a deeper focus on the patient. Utilizing advancements in technology, like digital communication channels, healthcare stakeholders have the ability to improve outcomes significantly in parallel to value-based reimbursement. From UbiCare


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Topics: Industry Trends, Provider, Payer