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Across the United States, many health care organizations are making the transition from fee-for-service (FFS) to value-based care (VBC). This strategy is growing in both popularity and necessity, however, preparing and ultimately implementing this new model requires thoughtful planning, a deep understanding of health care data, a strong analytics strategy and a supportive operational management structure.
To help guide your organization through this complex sea-change, we’re announcing the release of a brand new resource: Succeeding in Value-Based Care: How Population Health Analytics Supports Modern Heath Care Delivery.
Inside, we share best practices and the steps taken within Johns Hopkins Health System to execute on VBC initiatives with the goal of providing high-quality, patient-centered care that reduces costs and ensures better long-term outcomes. Read it here.
Why is the change toward value-based care important?
Value-based care puts more importance on the quality of care received, not the quantity. Health care organizations are tasked with ensuring patients receive appropriate treatment that not only treats their acute issue, but also sets them up for better overall health in the future. This means:
Although there are many benefits to VBC, the transition from traditional FFS to VBC is a complex and challenging one. Our guide explains how your organization can implement effective, research-backed changes to support this important transformation.
If your organization is working toward VBC, this guide is for you. Inside, you’ll learn: