A recent report published on Health Affair’s blog found that, among other things, there was no connection between and increase in population-based value-based payments and slower increases health costs.
The report, which was published June 27, looked to not only analyze the effects of population- and value-based care within a market, but also gain better insights into how business leaders are approaching value-based care.
According to the report published on Health Affairs, the following are some of the key findings from the analyses:
- Health care leaders across markets believe further changes to payment and delivery models are coming. Less clear is what, or who, will be the catalyst to push further change; and
- Some stakeholders expressed stronger support for other types of VBP models, including episode-based models and models that address the needs of specific patient groups.
To read the full report on Health Affairs, click here.