Recent improvements in data infrastructure support a renewed focus on structuring and executing more elaborate types of pay-for-performance agreements. However, historical experiences have shown that, in practice, pay for performance schemes can be difficult and costly to administer along with difficulties in monitoring patient outcomes and in clawing back rebates. To optimally operationalize such pay for performance schemes, and make the best use of the data, the infrastructure to adequately track patients and enforce rebates must be in place.
This webinar will discuss the:
- Evolving pay for performance landscape
- Complexity and differences between the fragmented payer landscape in United States and the single healthcare payer systems of many European countries.
- Potential for performance based pricing in enabling coverage of innovative high cost new technologies while managing expenditure and data uncertainty.
- Challenges of tying reimbursement to real-world patient outcomes
- Extending data utility to evaluate outcomes and risks when considering a pay-for-performance structure
- Mechanisms for patient tracking and data collection to operationalize pay-for-performance schemes
Vice President, PAREXEL® Access
Principal Consultant, PAREXEL® Access