As the healthcare industry continues to move toward a value-based care model, everything from laws to data standards have had to change. However, we know from experience that the promise value-based care offers far exceeds the effort it will take to get there.
In an effort to fix healthcare in America, some will focus on the cost of healthcare, while others focus on quality. We have found the best solutions are focusing on both cost and quality. In fact, Aver partners recognize 20% average saving in programs through combined improvement in quality and cost.
Value-based care not only advances quality and equity in healthcare, it can also accelerate innovations in how care is provided. In the final installment of our series on value-based care, we will be looking at how value-based care encourages innovation and how that innovation feeds back into value-based care.
Value-based care holds the healthcare industry accountable to providing quality outcomes for their patients. That accountability may even help underserved communities. In this installment of our Value-Based Care series we will be looking at how value-based care addresses healthcare equity in the US.
Providers in all areas of care are beginning to see the immense value in prospective payment methodologies. In this second installment of our four-part series, we will dive into the role value-based care has on reimbursement incentives.
Historically medical providers were rewarded for volume and quantity of care provided, regardless of the patient’s outcome. Is value-based care the solution? In a new series from Aver, we will be looking at the impact value-based care has on the healthcare market as a whole. In this first segment, we will dive into the history of value-based care and why it came into existence.
Changing the American healthcare system isn’t simply about throwing a lot of capital at the problem. It’s about connecting the disconnected healthcare ecosystem and using the connectivity to identify and solve the real issues. The story of Haven shows just how difficult that can be.