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Value-based care: What’s worked, and what’s next?

Findings from the latest report by the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

Original air date: April 6, 2021  

Get insights on the current and future state of value-based payments

Because of the slow adoption of advanced value-based payment models, U.S. healthcare spend continues its steep upwards trajectory—putting patients, employers, and private and government payers in an unsustainable financial position. These increased costs threaten Medicare’s solvency, and have also exacerbated other systemic challenges such as health inequities and skyrocketing employer medical spend. A more sustainable path forward for value-based care is needed—one that works for providers, payers, employers, and patients alike.

A roadmap for value-based adoption and efficacy
This webinar provides analysis from prominent researchers at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics at the University of Pennsylvania, which recently completed an in-depth evaluation on the current and future state of value-based payments. Hear directly from the report’s authors about what’s worked, what hasn’t, and the implications for future public and private value-based payment models. During the webinar, you’ll learn:
  • About the adoption, trajectory and impact of value-based care
  • The efficacy of bundled payments and episodes of care as value-based payment mechanisms that reward high-quality, coordinated, and low-cost care
  • Recommendations for how CMS and other payers could simplify and accelerate adoption of value-based payment approaches
  • How commercial insurers could better align with government models and programs to reduce administrative barriers for providers and enable sustainable risk arrangements

Whether you represent a provider organization, health plan, or large self-funded employer, this session will provide an important foundation to support your strategies in 2022 and beyond.

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François de Brantes

Senior Vice President,
Signify Health



Mai Pham, MD, MPH

Institute for Exceptional Care

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Rachel M. Werner, MD, PhD

Executive Director,
Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics