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value-based reimbursement

While value-based reimbursement presents opportunities for payers and providers, succeeding in such a reimbursement model can be challenging. Here are four things to strive for that could increase the likelihood of success in a value-based reimbursement model.
In the move to value-based care, there have been surprises and disruptions for payers and providers alike. In this Q&A, an expert shares where we are now.
As alternative payment models gain traction, payers and providers must take the appropriate steps to thrive.
A diverse group of healthcare stakeholders recently met for CBI's Alternative Payment Models in Healthcare Conference 2016 in Orlando, Florida. Here are five key takeaways from the conference chairman.
Ensuring the appropriate internal investment, addressing key friction points, and taking several steps to increase the likelihood of long-term success is key.
The 2016 Alternative Payment Models in Healthcare Conference 2016 is shedding light on which healthcare payment and delivery changes are evolving into large-scale, long-lasting solutions.
In the fee-for-service world, physicians need to squeeze in more visits into less time. Here’s how value-based reimbursement is changing the model.
CMS and AHIP, together with physician groups and other stakeholders, announce alignment and simplification of quality measures.
One month into 2016, it’s clear that this will be a year of massive change for the managed care industry. Here are seven predictions for some of the key issues that will emerge, intensify, or be resolved by the end of this year.
Humana’s Medicare Advantage members show better quality, healthier outcomes and lower costs through value-based models.