Tag Archives: Provider risk-bearing

After promising results, Medicare will likely continue expanding risk-based contracting efforts

In our last blog post, we shared a few reasons why risk-based contracting in health care is here to stay. In this post, we’ll share some data points that point to current and future impacts on the industry, and a few suggestions to help you jump on the value-based train. The value-based train has left […]
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Health plans expanding risk-based contracting efforts

Are risk-based contracting arrangements between health insurers and providers here to stay? The answer can be summed up in three words: “Follow the money.” Health plans are investing in and paying for an increasing amount of care covered by risk-based contracts. And these contracts aren’t just with the obvious accountable care organizations (ACO) and patient-centered […]
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Risky business for providers: Developing a value-transformation roadmap

The ultimate goal for provider risk-bearing is to develop a system that focuses on local market needs and planning for patient engagement at all levels. To get there, organizations need a comprehensive, strategic value-transformation roadmap—our fifth and final risk-bearing action for provider organizations.