Providers have issues with value-based payments

Providers are conflicted over value-based payment models, according to a new study by Availity. Although 75 percent of providers surveyed by Availity participate in some form of value-based payment arrangement, less than 30 percent say their payments are worth the risk they take. Providers are also concerned that such models mean hiring new employees to manage them. The study suggested switching to real-time information sharing to avoid more expensive manual record-keeping. Article



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