value-based reimbursement

Seven healthcare industry trends to watchOne month into 2016, it’s clear that this will be a year of massive change for the managed care industry. Here are seven predictions for some of the key issues that will emerge, intensify, or be resolved by the end of this year.
Value-based models work: Humana reportHumana’s Medicare Advantage members show better quality, healthier outcomes and lower costs through value-based models.
Top 5 industry challenges of 2016
Top 5 industry challenges of 2016The top 5 industry challenges facing managed care executives, according to the findings of Managed Healthcare Executive's State of the Industry Survey.
Top three value-based reimbursement challenges in 2015
Top three value-based reimbursement challenges in 2015The healthcare industry may look back on 2015 as a "watershed year," during which the switch from volume to value solidified. But the transition isn't without its challenges.
Healthcare’s quest for greater payer-provider synergyPayers are in the strongest-position to activate the transition to value-based management models, but they must improve collaboration with providers.
Survey: Physician leaders strongly support value-based care
Survey: Physician leaders strongly support value-based careA survey of 2,398 physician leaders across the country indicates how physicians are changing their views on value-based care. View the survey findings.
Five attributes of health plans poised to winToday’s value-focused economy was a primary discussion point at a recent roundtable of health plan CEOs. The discussion led to five essential attributes that organizations must embrace to thrive.
Super clinically integrated networks: 8 components to considerClinically Integrated Networks (CINs) are evolving quickly across the country in response to changing reimbursement trends and the move to value-based payments.
Health execs support value, but don't know how to get thereA new PwC report finds that most health system executives support the move away from fee-for-service (FFS), but struggle with how much they should invest in payment alternatives.