August 1, 2017
Shift Value-Based Care Focus from Volume to Quality. Read More.
Changes in reimbursement models are driving changes in operations, including data collection and reporting. Providers are being encouraged and incentivized to implement value-based care (VBC) that emphasizes cost savings and quality outcomes instead of the traditional fee-for-service (FFS) reimbursement model that pays according to the number of procedures performed. The idea is that when hospitals have financial incentives to be accountable for patient outcomes, then the comprehensive focus on quality will result in overall lower costs. Transitioning from FFS to VBC may be especially difficult for ORs with the high cost of procedures, but several strategies can help clear the path to progress. Download our guide now for an overview of the four most common types of VBC models in use and recommended, successful transition strategies to help shift your focus from volume to quality.

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