Value-based care is touted as one of the methods that could replace the fee-based method. As a starting off point, we’ve broken out some of the pros and cons to the value-based care method. It’s important to note that the pros and cons can vary depending on the specific context, healthcare system, and implementation strategy of value-based health care.
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Value-based care involves all stakeholders including providers, hospital systems, and insurance organizations. We’ve gathered experts from each stakeholder group to share insights, experiences, and challenges they’ve encountered through their value-based health care transitions.
Jennifer M. Olson, Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer at Children’s Minnesota, shares her insights into trends impacting health care executives and what health care executives need to do to adapt to these changes and demands.
While challenges of digital transformation are likely easy to list, the opportunities also abound. But how do you get to that “digital promised land?” It may seem counterintuitive, but the technology itself is not the answer. At least, it’s not the only answer.