In the first part of this blog series, we explored the concept of value-based care and what that means for healthcare organizations in 2019 and beyond – why it is important to take the necessary steps to ensure your organization is quality driven and how that will affect revenue, growth, and payer partnerships. In part two, we demonstrate how easy it can be to implement optimization strategies that improve quality programs.
Part One: The One Thing Organizations are Doing Now to Ensure Longevity in a Consumer Healthcare Market
As we enter 2019 we are seeing the shift from volume-based care to value-based care now more than ever. The proposition set in motion by government initiatives like HMOs and managed care really laid the ground work for the value-based transformation of the health care industry.
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