We live in a high-tech, connected world, but our healthcare system sorely lags behind. Instead of fixing the problem, layers of “bandaids” have made things more complex and chaotic. Here are a few ways that the current technology infrastructure threatens healthcare.
A shift to value-based care will require competent, long-term partnerships. Various tech companies have tried and failed to solve the complexities that come with this transition. Here are a few things healthcare organizations should look for when evaluating who to partner with.
Technology has been a powerful catalyst to solving our daily challenges during COVID-19. It’s time to leverage that same power to solve America’s Healthcare Crisis.
Hesitant to change and tied down with regulations, healthcare often lags behind other industries in innovation. COVID-19 exposed the need to change that.
Improving the quality of healthcare starts with changing how healthcare is paid. We must continue to move away from a fee-for-service model that is costly and inefficient, and toward models that look at the care of a patient holistically.
Rising healthcare costs are a threat to the financial sustainability of us all. Healthcare costs will continue to increase if the US doesn’t change its current behavior and move towards value-based care.
The shift from fee-for-service models to value-based care payment models has been steadily increasing. For those looking for where to begin, we’ve got you covered.
As employers continue to look for ways to provide their employees with attractive healthcare benefits while also managing costs, many are turning to value-based care models. We recommend starting by looking at the current state and where the best entry points would be not just for the employer, but also for their employees.
One of the most important topics in healthcare today is the shift to value-based care. This shift in cost and quality considerations can leave providers wondering where they need to begin.
As payers look at designing value-based care payment models, it is important that they understand the current state of their market, their patient population, and how programs can fit with existing models.