Sometimes Value-Based Care Isn’t Very Valuable

Sometimes Value-Based Care Isn’t Very Valuable

Over the past decade, “value-based care” and its corresponding contracts have become extremely popular in the managed care industry. These arrangements are a large and growing area of focus for a variety of health care stakeholders: networks, providers, governments, and employers. There are many examples of major payers adding more value-based care models and Optum is stating that value-based care is “vital for survival.” Perhaps it is not surprising, then, that a study by the Catalyst for Payment Reform found that the percentage of commercial payments tied to value-based arrangements grew at least 500% since 2012, and that today most health care payments are tied to value or quality of care.

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