Value-based payment model design pitfalls

To ensure that alternative payment models succeed, insurers and providers must avoid some common missteps, according to Managed Healthcare Executive. For one, stakeholders can't just engage the financial level of transformation--they must pull "all three levers" of redesigning care, aligning incentives and engaging consumers more efficiently, Matt DoBias, senior manager at PwC Health Research Institute, tells the publication. Organizations must also avoid looking only inward when designing a value-based model, rather than assessing what the market wants, adds Igor Belokrinitsky, a principal in the health industries practice at PwC. Article

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