The report provides valuable insights into its value-based care (VBC) programs.  It also highlights comparative outcome, quality and patient satisfaction data between its VBC and fee for service beneficiaries – both in population health and bundled payment programs.

“Value-based payment, particularly when downside financial risk is involved, may be associated with reduced use of the emergency department (ED) and greater use of primary care, according to a study by HHR.”  (Changing Patient Patterns p. 13)

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