While political and economic environments may be changing, healthcare professionals agree that the journey to value-based health care will continue.
Transitioning to value-based care is a complex – and even risky – process that will take time. 85 percent of healthcare organizations reported that less than 25 percent of their operations are designed to maximize value-based care.
atient care and results are powering value-based-care advances across the country. 63 percent of healthcare professionals think improving the quality of care and patient outcomes are the most important principles of value-based care. 30 percent of healthcare professionals believe creating a better patient experience is a top priority.
"If you put the patient at the center, you will… always come out ahead.” – Survey respondent, CMO
Better care for lower costs will continue to be top of mind. 65 percent believe value-based care will continue to be a high priority. 82 percent think that not even a repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would stop value-based-care initiatives.
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